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PostPosted: Jan 8th, '19, 17:05 
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PostPosted: Jan 9th, '19, 15:40 
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The top image in your post shows some white spots on the lower leaves - I'd first check to see if this is fungal.

Other than that I'd look for insects on the underside of leaves and also look at the light levels and/or other environmental problems.


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