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Hi, I have been searching without luck to find why my macadamia tree has leaves that curl? Any ideas?
A picture would be useful…..If they are brown on the edges, could be water stress or wind burn…
Will take a pic. Not brown in the ends.
Is it leaf miner?
Here is one pic.
This may just be the habit of new growth….looks a little pale but otherwise healthy. If you have a named variety (apparently there are several varieties) it may help you with your question. Doesn’t look bug infested, or very twisted (this happens if there is a copper deficiency) My experience of them is limited to one, very old, very productive tree at a house we lived in years ago. Yours may just need a bit of a feed (they are hungry trees:)). Here’s a link to a 2003 (but probably still relevant) pdf from Qld gov.
My 2 look like that and I think its normal
Cool thanks! My parents had an old one when I was younger and I want sure. Looking forward to when it produces, will keep up the feeding.