Please help! Weird white spots on sedum


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Any idea what these little spottings might be? It's a sedum makinoi (tundra tornado). These are for sure not bugs. First the spots appear on the leaves then they turn to yellow, then brown and fall of. I've has this plant for little less than a year and it had no problems so far. Almost all leaves are now affected, except for the new sprouts. What do you think it is?
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Hello and welcome to GF
They're probably just old and falling off, if it hasn't affected the new shoots but don't over water it in the cold months.
 
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My friend had this on his succulents. Its some kind of mold. Yours is like powdery right?? Get neem oil, spray it on. Let the neem oil take effect and after a day wipe it all off with a moist paper towel. You can also spray some neem oil on the paper towel. Keep the plant out of direct sun for a few days after using neem oil
 
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:)Hello and welcome @sacc. Your plant appears to have powdery mildew. This is common in succulents, and could have been caused by too much moisture, and maybe not enough air flow.

If it was my plant I would probably cut all the foliage off, take it out of the pot it`s in and give it new compost. Use a fungicide drench and put it in a bright and airy place to see if it will regrow and recover.
Good luck (y)
 

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