I just started sowing my first seeds this year. Most are doing very
well, but I have a problem with an adansonia digitata (baobab). At first
he looked very healthy, but since some time, leafs are turning very
light, the green color disappears and they finally fall off.
This is the complete plant (almost 2 months):
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As you can see, the top leaf has already started developing the problem:
two small white marks at the left side, it looks like something caused
by an insect, but I can't find any such beast in the environment that
can cause this (only some flies).
A detail of the top leaf (but not very sharp, I don't have a macro
I don't know if it is still possible to save this tree, but information
about the cause and eventually how to prevent it in the future, will be
Note that I have this tree inside. Outside, it would surely be too cold
for him in winter and probably even late summer.
Thank you in advance for any suggestion,
In fact I do, although it's possible that I don't feed enough, I
probably kept it too long in the original soil (for seeds and seedlings).
I also gave a slowly releasing tablet (sorry, english is not my native
language, I'm trying to translate), but that might be too slow. Last
week I moved it to compost which, according to the package, already
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