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probally flush the medium out with fresh water for a few weeks keep out of direct sun then intro small amounts of food when looking better

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2. http://www.which.co.uk/documents/pdf/silver-leaf-disease-153706.pdf
3. http://www.growsonyou.com/question/show/1213-plum-tree-silver-leaf-disease
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probally flush the medium out with fresh water for a few weeks keep out of direct sun then intro small amounts of food when looking better

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