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Name: amil free
Feb 24, 2017 6:08 PM CST
|Seems to be a common question here but I haven't quite found the answer.
I've attached a photo of what's taking place. Purchased 1 weeks ago from Sprout home here in Bklyn NY
They have a pretty well lit space, but this little guy seemed to have been ostracized (not sure why) from the other (youngish) plants of the same species. I didn't think much of it, looked healthy -- although I'm a newbie so I'm not sure what that looks like. I notice some spots on it while examining it at home first night.
I have it on my window ledge where it gets direct sunlight from 9a – 12ish. Facing a large back yard on the 3rd floor in the city so it gets lots of indirect as well. I mist the leaves (and soil slightly, 1 or 2x a day) as it was pretty droopy on the 3rd day and things seemed to perk up.
Any ideas of what could be causing the brown spots? There seems to be a bit of white film (circles) on the top of the plant as well ...
Thank you so much!
Feb 24, 2017 8:22 PM CST
|I did a search here in this forum using the words 'fiddle leaf' and found many asking similar questions.
Here's one thread that may help:
The thread "Fiddle Leaf Fig HELP!" in Ask a Question forum
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