So I bought a Kent mango about 3 days ago, it came by courier and was a bit beaten up when arrived as one of the flower stalks had been knocked off.
It's been cool here the last few days, probably around 10 degrees so I'm not sure if this is just shock from the courier. Yesterday I had it in a room at 22 degrees C with grow lights on it all day and night. Then today it's been sunny and Iv had it in the greenhouse which was about 27 degrees C. I have brought it back in overnight until Iv got the heating sorted out in there as it dips down to 16C at the moment and I need to seal up some gaps so it stays around 20C.
After being in the greenhouse today I noticed some of the leaves look a bit odd, I'm not sure what the brown colour is, it's only on about 4-5 leaves, the rest look fine, I think that was the direction of the sun, so is it possible they are scorched ?, as I thought mango could take serious heat and not a slightly warm UK Spring.
The room it's been in with the grow lights is between 60-75% humidity, the greenhouse is probably more like 75-85%
It's been dull up until today, hence the grow lights, but today it was like the tropics in the greenhouse.
The soil is very slightly damp, I gave it a cup of water when I first got it and that's all it's had so it's not waterlogged, just slightly damp.