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Hi I got 5 k7 coffee plants from this website. I transferred them into slightly bigger pots from 100mm into 250mm. The leaves have gone a funny colour the soil was quite dry could this been what had effected the leaves. My irrigation had broken for 6 day's but is all up and running again. I just wanted to check to see if it was a water issue.
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Adrian smith
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16th July 2017 9:52am
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BJ11 says...
Don't overwater something to help it recover from a 'drought'. Try some seaweed solution, make sure it doesn't get exposed to a 'drought' again. Confirm the pH has not been altered (lots of water or too little water can impact on this).
First aid of seaweed solution, compost, mulch and monitoring should help.
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Pademelon1 says...
Whilst it is possible that it was caused from an irrigation problem, usually lack of water results in the tips browning, not what is shown in the picture. I am more inclined to think this is a sunburn problem, shock or something else.

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Adrian smith says...
Thanks for the help. The soil is damp but not soaked. It has mulch over it and there is new growth. I'll check the ph in the morning. All my other plants are doing fine just the coffee that's gone funny on me
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