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Re: Amorph turning yellow!


2 months is too short for paeon. Prob. is rot on the tuber or fungal infection on the leaf...it happens sometimes, but the tuber will prob. be ok.... AS SOON as the leaf fully dies back take the tuber out of the soil to check if there is any rot...



> Hello to all of you!

Now, apart from Alocasias (I didn't expect so much feedback on this
matter!)...
my Amorph. paeoniifolius is turning yellow!!! What's the problem?? The leaf
(1 meter wide) is only two months old, is it normal to die at this point? It
is yellow on the upper side, and brownish on the underside. Can it be any
kind of illness? The temperatures are still warm...
How long does an Amorph leaf live?

Regards,
Miguel








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