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Mountain Soursop

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NotSoGreenFingers starts with ...
A friend recently sent us a Mountain Soursop through Daleys. I am wondering what I am doing wrong. The leaves appear droopy and just recently brown patches have started appearing. It is in direct sunlight, I didn't think I was over watering but any advice would be much appreciated.
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11th February 2018 8:48am
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi NotSoGreen

They currently suffering from sunburn. If they are in the pots situate them under a tree or in your patio facing east so they only get the morning sun.

If they are in the ground erect a shade cloth with at least 30% shade protection rating to protect from the harsh afternoon summer sun. You can remove the shade after summer.

Keep monitoring the water. Do a finger moisture test every now and then.

Happy Gardening :-)
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NotSoGreenFingers says...
Thanks Fruitylicious,
I will most certainly give that a try!
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