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|Posted by yu , Sep 09,2006,02:17||Forum|
I grow my chiku tree in a big pot. The tree leaves are dropping very frequently turning yellow with patches of brown dots or the underside eaten away.
If the fruit is small but very sweet.
I water it twice a week till the excess drains off from the base. However the place where I am living has good sunshine but very windy.
New leaves come out but quickly turn wither and turn brown.
I spray home made insecticide, soap mix with water, every week.
What should I do now?
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