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Sad Soursop Tree

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AlfredP starts with ...
Hi
I've purchased 3 Soursop trees and been in the ground over a year. Sunshine Coast area with a 80% sunny location. Growth has been slow over winter.
But the leaves look sick.
I've mulched, and fertilized with slow release fertilizer.
Any ideas or suggestions?
And when would I be likely to see flowering of this tree?
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2nd September 2020 8:16am
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Waterfall says...
I wouldn't worry about that, they usually grow new leaves after winter, ours loses every single leaf here in Sydney.
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AlfredP says...
I did a little bit more reading, and seems or looks like a fungal disease. So they recommended all sorts of stuff to spray on the leaves as well as Neem Oil??
Just wanted to make sure it was fungal before spraying it.
Also right throughout winter my trees never lost their leaves, and this year there were a few nights it got below 5 degrees.
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