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i have a pot plant that's been growing outdoors in a pot about 8 inches deep and 5 inches wide (is this sufficient?). i've just let it grow without interfering too much - it's had enough water and plently of sun. the plant itself is about a foot tall and hasn't grown much the past little while.
i guess it's a bad thing for a pot plant's leaves to be turning yellow, then brown as they die. well this is what my plant has been doing - the bottom four are already gone, the next two are severely yellow and showing brown spots now, the two after are now going yellowish. what could be causing this? i thought this looks like signs of over-fertilization, but i haven't fertilized my plant. it might be possible that someone else fertilized it, trying to kill it, but i won't assume that yet. any ideas?
why don't you add an inch layer of compost to the top, water heavily for 3 days, like 2 times a day drench it. and maybe it will survive., also trim the dead leaves, and top it to it's strongest height.
Nugsarenice is right. Flush your plant with plenty of water to rid the soil of excess fertilizer. I also think that you need to put your plant into a bigger pot. Most indoor growers have their plants in three gallon pots and some opt for five. Outdoors your plant may grow to be much bigger than that.
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