Why are the leaves on my geranium turning yellow? - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by k66183
September 18, 2010
Why are the leaves on my geranium getting small brown spots, turning yellow and falling off?

Answer from NGA
September 18, 2010
It's normal for the oldest leaves to turn yellow and drop. Sometimes they get spots before they fall. If newer, as well as older leaves are turning yellow, your plant may be developing a fungal disease. You'll want to cut or pinch the affected leaves off the plant to keep the disease from spreading. You may also want to protect your plant with an application of fungicide. Apply according to label directions. Good luck with your geraniums!

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