Papaya Leaf Problem

DivingTemptress

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Hey Everyone,
Once again, I have a problem I have never had before and would like your input

If anyone has suggestions of what I should do as winter is coming on, I would appreciate it.

P J, the Dirt Diva
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As I told you very recently, I am not a pro... I had the same thing happening to my papaya... I've read somewhere that high humidity and low sunlight, could be the cause of the problem. In my case, that could very much the problem. Lots of rain and my plant is mostly in the shade.
 

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As I told you very recently, I am not a pro... I had the same thing happening to my papaya... I've read somewhere that high humidity and low sunlight, could be the cause of the problem. In my case, that could very much the problem. Lots of rain and my plant is mostly in the shade.
That tree didn't survive, but no problems this year ... 2 trees flowers coming now
 

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That tree didn't survive, but no problems this year ... 2 trees flowers coming now
Sadly it happens, but it will become part of a learning process and you'll do better the next try! :D
 
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