magnolia leaves

Hi, my felix jury magnolia has started to leaf up and has now got 5 leaves on it ,the problem is that ive noticed that at the base of 2 of the leaves has started to go brown , what could be causing this? the plant is 3-4 ft high and in a very large contaner,ive had it since last september and ive had it in the kitchen since ive had it to over winter it, now ive been slowley introducing it outside each day now the weather is warmer. any help would be great.
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On Mar 31, 10:19 am, bluewillow <bluewillow.

Kind of guessing here, but have you used fertilizer of any kind? Sometimes you can burn leaves. Spikes work best for container growing. Have you checked the underside of the leaves for pests? Could have picked something up being outside. IF there are arn of cottony looking spots clean with a mild dish soap and water solution. Can't think of anything else. Hope this helps MJ
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mj;916587 Wrote: > On Mar 31, 10:19*am, bluewillow bluewillow.

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Hi and thanks for the advise, i did feed it with a liquid rhododendrone- magnolia fertalizer,im thinking may it have been a bit too much that i added i did mesure it out. what is the best thing to do now as it is still producing leaves that havent gone brown (yet).. is there anything more known on this sort of magnolia?,thanks for all help.
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