This is Apache Victory in a 6 inch oyama pot. There was a change from window to light stand. The window had blanched the leaves pale yellow-green(too much sun). Can u green those leaves up or do I need to prune out and repot into a smaller pot?
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It looks like it's just outer leaves.If so,removing them is best.Sometimes Epson salts-1tablespoon per gallon of water will green things up.
I tablespoon per gallon of water is correct,right?
I'll try epsom salt. Have u ever noticed any difference with that vs fish emulsion?
Hello, thought I put in my 2 cents. epsom salt changes the PH. fish emulsion is a fertilizer.
I personally have not too much experience with this kind of situation.
Now that you mention fish emulsion, I must get it.
This may resolve the fact that my newbies just "don't get off the pot" they don't grow as fast as I think they should. Happy Thanksgiving to all Helene
epsom salt is benefical to your plants. it does give magnesium & sulfur both to srengthening the plants.most gardners swear by it, however researchers disagree. I'll go with the gardners.
Oh, I didn't think that far. Of course in Europe they had these epsom salt water cures for arthiritis and such diseases. It didn't cure anything but did give relief.
I am going to try it on my weaklings here.
Jamie how are your plants doing?
You can also try using a fert. With a higher first number(Nitrogen). I've seen a real difference in a few plants that were yellowing when I got them, since using a 30-14-13 fert.