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I only just noticed today that two of my plumeria trees (they're about 8 feet tall, have brown spots on both sides of the leaves. I'm suspecting a virus... I removed a number of the affected leaves. Two other trees planted further away aren't affected. I'm assuming there isn't a cure ? I'm reluctant to remove the trees. I can't figure out how they would get these spots. They've always been healthy.