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Posted 2M ago by @Nagoshi

I left my plant on my balcony for about two days when I f...

#Dracaena
0ft to light, indirect
12” pot with drainage
Last watered 2 weeks ago
looks like sunburn to me :(
@BlossomingBeech do you know how I should treat it?
@Nagoshi hi and welcome to Greg. so one day it was fine, two days later after having been outside, it looked as it now? If the lesions appeared on that scale that quickly that would be consistent with sunburnβ€”I agree with @BlossomingBeech To treat it, Greg can help you identify a good location for it. When you are in the plant profile, after you have fully populated it , if you scroll down it will give you β€œinsight(s)” on whether the light would be sufficient. Next trim affected leaves with sharp scissors sterilizes with rubbing alcohol. It's generally recommended not to remove more than one-third of a plant's foliage at a time to avoid stressing it. Prune selectively, focusing on damaged or sunburned leaves, and monitor the plant's response. Ensure sufficient hydration as it recovers. Be mindful of pests. When a plant is stressed that is when they strike. So be extra vigilant here.