Note: I'm not a gardener.
These mint plants were planted by my family a while back in the garden.
I don't know why these white/yellowish spots appear on the leaves, but I'll try to give detail of the environment as best as I can.
- This is in Cairo, Egypt, in the summer. Heat rises up to 35-40 degrees celsius in the morning these days.
- The people who run our compound spray pesticides on plants in gardens, and a larger white cloudy/smoky looking pesticide around the entire compound for mosquitoes
- I have no idea what the soil conditions are, or any way to find out.
If it's not safe to eat these leaves due to their spots, is it okay to eat leaves which don't have those spots but are from the same plant?