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Lychee tree leaves turning brown

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Ioana starts with ...
Hi everyone. My potted lychee tree leaves are affected. It survived the Melbourne winter but I applied some slow release fertilizer , I guess too much and now the leaves including the new ones are affected.
Should I change the soil? Any tips?
I suspect it is from the fertilizer but I might be wrong
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18th November 2020 7:08pm
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kausikck76 says...
I heard Lychee tree does not like fertiliser as it gives them leaf burn. Also water them with rain water if it possible.
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Ioana says...
Will try to add more soil and water. Thanks for advice. Hope it will survive
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