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May 24, 2020 2:26 PM CST
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Hi everyone!
I hope someone can offer some help with my sick Money Tree. I purchased last June and it was beautiful. It's located in an enclosed sunroom (close to the glass door and windows - shown in pics) which receive bright light and afternoon WSW exposure, until the sun dips behind the tree line. The photos taken today are when its overcast - but normally the 'sun' room is bright. From what I've read, that should be enough light without being too much?

I have discovered some white spots on the underside of the leaves (see pic) and have sprayed a few times with the Fungicide shown. That said... Given the number of leaves and how they overlay, it's difficult to saturate every angle.

I'm newer to caring for plants... So any help or suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated. I would love to restore her back to the healthy plant she was when I brought her home.
Thank you! Smiling

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