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Drooping champaca after transplantation

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Sujatha starts with ...
Hi

We need help. We recently purchased champaca from Daley's and the sapling was cared for 7 days and transplanted as suggested in the emailed instructions. We watered it well twice a day and it looked healthy. Three days after transplant, the leaves were drooping and saw a whole lot of black flies and ants on the leaves and some on the ground near the stem. Applied some turmeric to the plant and it still improve after 2 days. Today I dug the plant out and moved it to a container with new compost/manure and soil. The leaves have dried out. Can I do anything to revive the plant? Appreciate any advice.

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Sujatha
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Sujah

Put the plant in a partial shade. The plant is undergoing transplant shock and it's the peak of summer. Once the plant has recovered slowly bring it out to full sun to harden it. Keep the soil moist with a weak solution of water and seasol. Goodluck 😎
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Sujata says...
Thank you Fruitylicious1

Appreciate your response. I have moved it to a partial shady spot and applied seasol with water.

I will come back to you if it improves.

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Sujatha
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