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    Have been growing this plant outdoors, was in a greenhouse until recently, and should start to flower after bext week if the switch is the equinox.

    It has a few of the leaves looking like this (pictured) and i’m not sure what this indicates, any ideas?

    Would appreciate any help.

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    Beautiful tree! Maybe nitrogen, but considering the size and overall health i would leave her alone for now and watch for any progression.

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    Looking at photo again and see that you have progression. But I'm not certain that it is a nitrogen deficiency. Are you feeding her or just growing in the earth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crispypancakes View Post
    Have been growing this plant outdoors, was in a greenhouse until recently, and should start to flower after bext week if the switch is the equinox.

    It has a few of the leaves looking like this (pictured) and i’m not sure what this indicates, any ideas?

    Would appreciate any help.

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    Don't see if often but might be a potassium issue. Either a deficiency or the pH is not ideal.

    For now like CD said I'd just keep an eye on it and see if it progresses.

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    If the pattern was exaltedly opposite, yellow inside-green out, I'd say iron deficiency. But that isn't it, it will likely be a soil pH problem that you may be able to supplement out if it persists.

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    I mixed rabbit shit into the soil when i repotted and again when i put her in the ground, like maybe a half bucket of it.
    I will look for some nitrogen today, but shes coming in to flower soon so im not sure its a great idea?

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    I'd tend to agree with Jingo about it being your PH out of whack...
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