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} Nov 30, If your avocado tree is losing leaves, the most common reasons are spider mites or root rot. Spider mites can be managed with miticide or natural predators, while root rot is best avoided through good cultural practices.





Oct 17, Brown or dropping leaves can be caused by a number of things so you may have to try several suggestions to find a true solution. Have you repotted your plant recently? Sometimes the shock of repotting will cause this to happen.

If that is the reason, it will take a little while to recover. Aug 26, Avocado dropping unripe fruit is a natural process to relieve a tree of too much fruit, but stress and pests can also cause abnormal and excessive fruit loss. Some Fruit Drop in Avocado Trees is Normal. An avocado tree will typically drop some of its unripe fruit in the summer simply because it has grown more fruit than the tree can reasonably support.

This is normal and allows your tree to Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Apr 21, Florida's avocado trees grow to be between 30 and 65 feet tall. These trees are classified as evergreens, although some varieties lose their leaves for a short period of time before and during flowering.

The tree’s canopy can range in shape from low, dense, and symmetrical, to upright and asymmetrical. There is variation in the shape and size. Jul 23, Anthracnose. Avocado anthracnose is caused by the fungus Colletotrichum gloeosporioides.

If you notice changes in your avocado leaves, you might notice that the leaves turn yellow before they acquire tip burn and turn brown. This disease may also cause shoot lesions, leaf drop, lesions on fruit and fruit decay.



My question is, since I had to water it now for the soil to set, should I wait a few weeks before I water it again, or should I water weekly.



May 10, When avocado trees are thirsty or stressed because of extremely high heat their leaves droop, sag, wilt. (Note: The leaves of citrus trees cup upward when thirsty, but avocados do the opposite.) The above photo shows a young Sharwil avocado tree that is signalling thirst.



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