Thanks for the reply.Its planted too close to that building for one thing, and if you have water drain off your roof on to the ground below, it could hurt the tree. Can you post a photo of the base of the tree going into the ground?
We water the plants two times a day, morning and then evening.I agree, it's too close to the house, those lower leaves don't seem to be getting full sun. How much water does it get each week? It's not too hot for the tree, but it may need water.
How long has the tree been there and was it planted from a seedling/seed or from a cutting?
Yes, I agree with you, particularly Moringa trees stay firm during hot climate. It is possible that the tree is getting the head from the house wall / roof that are hard concrete.Another thought....44 degrees is not too hot for a Moringa; however, I wonder about the radiant heat it's receiving from the roof/house structure. ???
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