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While I don't have experience giving plants carbonated sugary beverages, the general opinion people I've encountered online have is that the sugar would be bad for the plants, might invite mold and other microbes, etc. I'm guessing the rest of the ingredients wouldn't be terribly toxic to plants, though. Questions like this have been asked on gardening sites ...


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Per the Farmer's Almanac Jade Plant Guide, it seems like your plant isn't getting frequent or deep enough watering: If the plant starts to drop its leaves, if leaves start to shrivel, or if brown spots appear on the leaves, it is an indication that the plant needs more water. So give it a nice, deep watering, but the water shouldn't spill out of the tray ...


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It looks like mechanical damage, where something has punctured the surface of the leaf, a few cells have died and bled sap in that area then dried up and left the mark. A nibble by a curious cat, a brush-by when the leaf was young and fragile, a knock while transplanting, many causes are possible. The plant looks healthy, and the vulnerable points on the ...


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