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May 4, 2020 7:17 PM CST
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Oakland, ca
I planted this passion fruit vine about a month ago and slowly the leaves are turning more yellow. I water it every other day by flooding the roots (soil drains very well) and check to make sure the soil is moist in between watering. I read that the yellow leave may mean it is nutrition deficient. I fed it citrus fertilizer (about 1 cup) a few days ago, but doesn't seem to have improved the health. Anyone know what I should try next?
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May 4, 2020 9:01 PM CST
Milpitas, CA
If you have well draining soil, all you need is a gallon of water in the morning, every 2-4 days.

You can build a moat around the base of the plant so that water doesn't run off away from the plant.

How much sun does it get?

What kind of fertilizer did you use?
1 cup of fertilizer, in most cases, is a lot.
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