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Prague, The Czech Republic
lechatx
Aug 10, 2017 9:22 AM CST
Hello there,
I'd like to ask you for your advice. Look at the attached pictures of my 2-year-old mango tree I grow at my balcony. The ends of leafs are slowly starting to be brownish-black. The tree receives about 6 hours of sunlight a day. I water it a few times per week, based on the weather. Fertilized a few times a year with some commercial "chicken-poop" product. Over winter I keep it indoor. The tree grows pretty slow as far as I can say, anyway this is my first mango attempt. This is unknown variation as I simply planted the seed from a regular mango fruit bought at store.
Thanks in advance.
Petr

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