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Name: Megan
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Megos1286
Dec 6, 2020 11:13 AM CST
Last plant problem I hope.

My bigger monstera suddenly had black spots appear on two of its leaves. The spots are soft so I am a little panicked. A new leaf did not open, it is dried and brown. This plant has some old scarring and damage from the box store where I purchased it.

I generally allow it to dry a bit between watering but life has been crazy and I don't know if maybe I didn't wait as long in between?

Any help would be very appreciated. I have a large number of plants and all of a sudden am running into some issues that I have never experienced before 😥
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Minoo
Jan 17, 2021 12:34 PM CST
Hello Megan, I am also in the same boat as you. I have a large number of plants In my house and three of my monsteras are showing the same symptoms. The mother plant is around 7 years old and the other two are just a year old. They all have some black spots on them and the new growth on them is not healthy .
Did you ever find out the root cause for your problem? Hope you did.
Thanks for sharing.

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