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Hello dears,

My Jasmine plant leaves changes into yellow colour with tiny black and brown spots until they dried and fall!!

They were two plants but the other one already died after showing the same symptoms...

I need your help please.

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Mohdnaser: I amswered your PM.


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Welcome, mohdnaser. I am so far from expert on houseplants. This does look like a fungus to me. I would try to treat it with soda water or baking soda in water sprayed onto as much of the leaf and stem as possible. And often.
And then hope it works.
Good luck.


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Tina, thank you for your reply..

Is it the normal soft drink SODA?

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Yes. There are better things on the market for fungal disease. But soda or baking soda water could be a beginning until you find out from a local nursery what may work. Most people have something around the house. And it will not harm the plant.


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Thank you very much for your response, I'll keep you posted.



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