cantseethis

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  1. https://homeguides.sfgate.com/remove-sooty-mold-bushes-97985.html a mold fix for sooty
  2. =( i was looking at them myself on my desktop posting from laptop it looks to be a mold/fungus sooty mold would be closest i am not sure if bakeing soda water + oil will work but it dose for black spot on roses
  3. Hello It looks to be sun burn too much direct sunlight to me. Have you try'd a diffusing sheet? would cut the amount of light they are able to get and allow you to put a fan at one end on the realy bad days and even putting the tray raised up a little to allow air flow below stopping the stone floor heating it from below. I wouldn't worry about it my young divisions are doing the same in the north west UK they keep growing back as long as you see a new pitcher the plant is happy pic was taken 5 mins befor posting of my young divisions well neglected