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tomato shows some browning at margins, that looks like water stress... the coriander looks like it has a bacteria or fungus from over watering or just staying wet in the foliage... then the second picture, looks like water stress again. I do not think they are similar conditions. Neither one of these plants like water to be sitting on their above ground ...


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It's probably fruit. The picture doesn't show much detail and its seems a little odd looking. Fruit doesn't normally displace tubercles, but who am I to tell a cactus how to behave. If it is fruit it will slowly ripen and slide out of its current location. Don't tug on it, wait until it comes out with the slightest pressure. On an unrelated note: Does the ...


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Looks like a scale problem, so removing the plant outdoors while you try to deal with it was a good idea. You need to clean the leaves with a soapy (insecticidal soap) cloth to remove as many scales as possible - the brown hard lumps need to come off, along with any white fluffy bits (the crawlers). Then apply or spray an insecticidal soap solution, or use ...


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Well, your plants seems dandy fine to me. It looks like your plants are advancing and growing, naturally discarding of the oldest/lowest leaves. This does not look like any sort of tomato disease i'm aware of. It might be early stage root rot, which is unlikely, because it's a 1 month old plant in a new compost mix. It could also be nutrient deficiency, ...


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The photo doesn't magnify well so its not possible to see clearly, but the white 'spots' do appear to be mealybug. Mealybugs look white because they cover themselves in a white deposit, so the white 'spots' are likely actual bugs. Use a Q tip dipped in isopropyl alcohol and swab each white area with it. Further info here https://succulentplantcare.com/help-...


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This is an offset or a new branch. The plant looks like a Mammillaria of some description. These don't always show up in the most aesthetically pleasing locations as you can see. Removing them allows you to root them and have another plant. Unfortunately, the distortion from producing the offset and the scar will permanently mark the plant. I would leave ...


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This looks like a pup and I've seen quite a few of my cacti do this. It's inevitable for branching types as they'd have no means of growing otherwise and I haven't seen it on barrel types like this one, but I can't imagine there is any cause for concern. It's possible it's doing it in reaction to an injury - did you accidentally rip off an areole? - or some ...


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I think its Magnolia scale - the stems are out of focus in the image, but there might possibly be adult hard scales on there, as well as the crawlers on the leaves. Plants which are stressed are more likely to be infested; your magnolia does not look in very good condition and needs either a larger pot or transferring to the ground so it can produce more ...


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This does not look like fungal disease or a pest problem, i would assume that your plant is stressed after being repotted. I recommend removing all corrupted leaves and allow the plant to regenerate.


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Ipomoea and virus Ipomoea leaf with viral infection This looks like a viral infection. Not insect at all. "Sweet Potato Latent Virus". Insects may have been the vector. There are quite a few ipomoea viruses. Make a positive positive ID first.


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It either needs water or it's dead. Cactus should be watered when the soil is almost dry, not on an arbitrary schedule. If it looked fine three days ago and now looks like the picture, it's probably dead. Hard to say what may have killed it. There are no obvious pests. You could dig it up to see if there are still roots. Have there been any recent changes ...


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Coffee grounds have been found to NOT be any kind of a substitute for fertilizer or for feeding the micro and macro organisms of the soil. Very acidic as well. I would never use coffee grounds in my soil. Not worth it. Cannabis plants like a more neutral to ALKALINE soil, NOT at all a neutral to ACID soil. Best advice I could give you is to buy! Jorge ...


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It appears you watered your plant/s with an actual cup of coffee, and that you did not dilute it beforehand, though hopefully, the coffee did not contain milk or artificial creamers, nor sweetener/sugar, was not still hot and you did not put the grounds on the soil too. If you must use coffee, it needs to be cooled and diluted with as much water again, ...


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Coryneum blight is also called shot hole disease - This is a fungus issue - Spray with a2-5% Chitosan solution as a tree drench - remove fruit that have dropped or developing fungus.


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