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Mandarin Plant New Leaf

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Gradmaster Yoda starts with ...
Probably quite hard to notice from the picture but my mandarin's new leaf (the tiny one growing from the stem) is slightly discoloured at the tip. I would describe it as a darker green but it may be brown. I will see how it goes (obviously) but does anyone know what it is, what caused it, and if the plant will be fine?
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Original Post was last edited: 23rd November 2018 11:54am
denise1 says...
Nothing obvious at this stage. Wait and see if it becomes sick. My guess is it will probably be alright.
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Gradmaster Yoda says...
Thanks Denise. It's been five days since my post and the colouring hasn't spread, So I don't think it's sick, I reckon the leaf was damaged somehow while it was still developing very early on and sensative. The picture I attached is another mandarin plant with the same problem, but the damaged leaf has stopped growing, and the next one has started early so my guess is that the plant is now ignoring the damaged leaf and focusing on growing new ones. I don't know what I'm talking about though. Also, the other damage on the plant pictured is a different issue from earlier. Hopefully the other one recovers the same way.
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