Ask a Question forum: Yellow mark on Alocasia Amazonica

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Name: Jacob Fuentes
los angeles (Zone 10b)
Nov 27, 2017 12:11 AM CST
Hello just noticed these marks on them today. Please let this not be fungus 😰. Help
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Name: Will Creed
Professional indoor plant consultan
Nov 27, 2017 4:00 PM CST
Jacob - Those are some type of leaf blemish and not a cause for concern. It is not evidence of a fungus or any other disease. Enjoy your Alocasia!
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Name: Jacob Fuentes
los angeles (Zone 10b)
Nov 27, 2017 5:19 PM CST
😍 omg thhank you so much. You are always on point You must know by now I am on a new plant dad and stress out too much. Thank you very much again
Name: Lin
Sebastian, Florida (Zone 10a)

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Nov 27, 2017 6:08 PM CST
My eyesight isn't the greatest due to cataracts but when viewing the first photo of the leaf with dark brown spots and yellow halos, I thought it might be a bacteria or fungal issue. If it were my African Mask (Alocasia 'Polly') I'd sprinkle some cinnamon powder on the leaves. Cinnamon is a natural ingredient that I always have handy; I keep a small container of it in my gardening supplies to sprinkle on plant cuts, orchid leaves that have a fungal infection, etc., etc.
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