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Why does my devil's ivy have brown spots?
Last Updated: 15th April, 2020
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Keeping this in consideration, why does my Ivy have brown spots?
Fungus Leaf Spot can be caused by Colletotrichum trichellum, Amerosporium, Glomerella, Phyllosticta, and Ramularia. They appear as irregular tan to brown spots or may cause marginal browning of the leaf edges. These create the spores that spread the fungus. Bacterial Leaf Spot is caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv.
Likewise, how do you revive devil's ivy? Soak the entire root ball when applying water. Pour out any standing water from the drip tray to avoid pest problems. Fertilize your dying pothos plant to ensure adequate amounts of soil nutrients. Apply a general houseplant food periodically throughout the growing season.
Also to know, how do you treat brown spots on pothos?
To treat Leaf Spot Disease, try this homemade remedy of putting a tablespoon or two of baking soda and a teaspoon or two of mineral oil in a spray bottle of water. Shake the solution well and then spray all areas of the plant that are infected with brown spots.
Why is my devil's ivy dripping water?
It is natural (and normal) for the Pothos plant to release water through its leaves. It doesn't mean that the plant is sick, but: if bacteria gets into the pores that release the water, your plant can become diseased.