Q.How To Cure Infected Mango Sapling?
I am growing a mango from seed for a couple of months now. It is constantly raining in Florida now and I noticed that my mango sapling has some black dots on almost all the leaves (mainly on the underside) and a few brown scars on the stem. I assume it’s due to a fungal problem so I’ve been spraying fungicide on the leaves for a couple of days now. It is still growing but I’m afraid that it might die. Is there anything else I can do to save my mango sapling?
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Unfortunately, you are doing what you need to do at this point. Continue using fungicides according to the label and all recommendations on it. If this is not a copper based fungicide, then it may be necessary to switch to one.
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