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fairdinkum starts with ...
My Kwan mango seems to be dieing! As you can see by the photo with the flower on it, it was very healthy and then I cut the flower off because I was told it was to young to fruit and now the leaves are turning brown and sagging. Not happy Jane... HELP ME please.
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Fairdinkum1
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25th October 2010 5:34pm
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amanda says...
It looks burnt fairdinkum - what have you fed it lately?

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amanda19
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25th October 2010 9:00pm
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Jason says...
What it looks like is a plant that's been grown in a shaded nursery then got to see it's first real sunlight and didn't like it?
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MaryT says...
The chilli that I'd received from Daleys' a couple of weeks ago is going the same way - leaves are curling, droopy, and brown on the underside. I have several healthy chillies in my garden and now I am worried that it is a transmittable disease.
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25th October 2010 11:17pm
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amanda says...
MaryT - did u plant them straight out into the garden after receiving them? They usually need hardening up/or recovery time b4 planting out.

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MaryT says...
Thanks, Amanda - no, I left it to 'recover' as you suggested but today I will pot it up if it's not already dead (I have a container 'garden'; it is my car space - I don't have a car). I suspect it was dug up from the ground? I have many chillies and never had a problem with any of them before.
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26th October 2010 6:53am
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amanda says...
Hi maryT - I don't know - but maybe the plant was in transit too long perhaps? Can you check the sent date against the receival date? Was the package left out in the sun when delivered or anything?

Otherwise maybe get in touch with Daley's?
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au0rey says...
I doubt cutting off the flowers can do such harm to the tree cos the sides of the leaves all looked burnt. Did you put any fertiliser in the ground before planting? Could it be burnt by fertiliser?
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MaryT says...
Amanda The plant arrived promptly but I repotted the plant and it is looking a bit better today. There were only some fine roots on the plant that reached down to less than half way down the pot, so I think it was a cutting that was not quite ready.
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