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Frangipani Leaf Disease

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Nick starts with ...
I know this is more of an edibles forum but I can't find out what is wrong with my frangipani leaves.
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Nick T
Altona, VIC
18th January 2011 7:20pm
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Brendan says...
Could be soil too wet, soil too sour, or fertilizer/salt burn? (or all 3).
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Brendan
Mackay, Q
19th January 2011 9:51am
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Nick says...
Hi Brendan,
I'm pretty sure its not fertiliser burn as I've only applied some coffee grounds on 1 plant but the other is still affected. As for sour soil, if you mean acidic soil, then it can't be that either because I have more of a neutral soil. It is most likely wet feet though because they are in a greenhouse and I do water them quite frequently. Thanks for the help :)
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Nick T
Altona, VIC
19th January 2011 10:55am
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amanda says...
Hi Nick - it reminds me of leaves that have water sprayed on them in the heat of the day - thereby burning them (sometimes liquid ferts left on the leaves can do this too)
It doesn't look serious - maybe too much water as you said..
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Geraldton. Mid West WA
19th January 2011 9:06pm
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trikus says...
check under leaves for little orange things ,, could be rust . Very common on most Plumerias grown here in wet tropics and could have been on plant when bought .
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Tully
20th January 2011 8:53am
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Cazz says...
hi nick, i was wondering how your frangipani anne is doing now, and was it wet feet? as i am trying to help a sickly plant,i think it looks similar to your pictures.... i live in melbourne and i and winter is about to start. i have had the plant advice would be greatly appreciatedfor roughly 5 months. it seems to only have had one growth spurt, in the warmer months gaining only afew inche. then look healthy but didn't grow and now this..... any advice greatly appreciated
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Richmond
1st June 2014 7:16am
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Markmelb says...
Both yours and Nicks May already have root rot - like to know if Nicks survived? Ive seen a few large plants around the sand belt like Bentleigh east facing north against the house under the eaves and in the ground - Drainage is the key - so DONT WATER it and spray some eco/white oil if any bugs under leaves - a friend planted one in 50/50 potting & orchid mix and looks great (also under cover)and has way reduced watering already so try that - if it doesnt survive use above advice next year with a new plant - Cheers
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VF says...
All of the above possible, but the plant is deciduous in winter, and lose the older leaves first. That's how all my in ground trees are starting to look now too.
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Cazz says...
Thank you ! Im not sure if nicks survived...
fingers crossed
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Cazza says...
Not sure what’s wrong with my fangapani plant looks like salt on leaves. What do i do to make it better.
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