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White Sapote leaf damage

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Chad starts with ...
Hi, would someone be able to tell me if this is powdery mildew on my white sapote leaves. Occurred after a few a week of constant rain
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6th November 2018 7:50pm
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Daisy says...
If it doesn't rub off then it's not P/mildew. Looks more like "e;mechanical"e; damage such as wind burn. Some varieties defoliate when they are flowering in spring also.
They are very tough trees but not always happy in pots, in my experience, because they have big tap roots and a very vigorous root system.
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Chad says...
Thanks, I ended up removing them
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