Question: kumquat Hi, I live in Rome and I have a potted kumquat plant placed on a balcony with sun exposure and protected from winds. For some months now I have noticed that the tops of the leaves, even the youngest ones, have spots of burning.This situation is rapidly spreading, I state that the pint nn receives direct sun and is watered, in this spring period, about every 10 g.
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