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What could these spots potentially be, they suddenly appeared in last few weeks before I brought my tree indoors,

Nighttime temps in last month got into low 40s. I fertilized with a nitrogen-heavy fertilizer during summer.


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 10/31/2019 @ 10:03 am

It is cold damage. These can not handle temperatures that dip into the low 50's. They need to be kept warm, and no lower than normal indoor temperatures.

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