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Old 06-03-2017, 06:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hello, please help with my basjoo because every second leaf turn yellow and brown. I look for spiders and mites but i cant find them. I suspect sone fungus problems. Thank you for help.
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Old 06-03-2017, 08:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hello, please help with my basjoo because every second leaf turn yellow and brown. I look for spiders and mites but i cant find them. I suspect sone fungus problems. Thank you for help.
What zone are you posting from? ....and how old are your plants.

For me It looks the plants have been outdoor for a few weeks.....and the old leaves are being replaced by new leaves ... SLOWLY.

And you are probably overwatering and over-fertilizing them a bit..

Looks like some of my plants...Thoughts? ..
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Thank you for answer. I am from Romania, Europe and in winter i keep all my plants indoor, at my office, and now for 3 weeks i keep outside. A month ago this plants are baby's from an adult plants 2 years old, and 4 baby's from 1 year old so i see that they dont look ok all 5 plants (1 adult and 4 babys) in one container and i separate, but leafs look like this before transplanting. First i was thinking that dont have enought water, but i thing it something else. I winter i dont fertilizing, but with this problem i fight from last year when i put all plants inside, every second leaf turn brown, and every new leaf have some yellow little spots that turn in 1 week more yellow and brown.
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Thank you for answer. I am from Romania, Europe and in winter i keep all my plants indoor, at my office, and now for 3 weeks i keep outside. A month ago this plants are baby's from an adult plants 2 years old, and 4 baby's from 1 year old so i see that they dont look ok all 5 plants (1 adult and 4 babys) in one container and i separate, but leafs look like this before transplanting. First i was thinking that dont have enought water, but i thing it something else. I winter i dont fertilizing, but with this problem i fight from last year when i put all plants inside, every second leaf turn brown, and every new leaf have some yellow little spots that turn in 1 week more yellow and brown.
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In the fall (less sunlight) the lower leaves of my plants tend to turn yellow and brown as they do through out the winter and spring.
Your plants are fine and they will sort themselves out once it warms up and they get more sun.
It is spring here in the Northern U.S. so my plants are growing too.

Mine do the same thing each year.
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Thank you for respond. I will wait to see what happend in future with them. Maybe can have 3 leafs on each plant :-)
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My opinion is that your plant is perfectly normal for a spring Basjoo. Just cut off the yellow leaf and enjoy!
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My opinion is that your plant is perfectly normal for a spring Basjoo. Just cut off the yellow leaf and enjoy!
I agree with Al....slice , cut ..and enjoy.
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How is your banana tree doing now? Mines seem to have the exact same Robles with the leaves now?! Although I did apply some bayer systemic insecticide a few weeks ago so I am worried about that.
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