What’s damaging my mango sprouts?


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Hi! I’m new here. Hurricane Irma knocked down our beloved mango tree. We righted it but had to chop off most of the branches (it was huge). Hopefully it will survive. In the meantime, several of the fallen mangoes have sprouted in my yard. Last year I tried to grow some from seed and they all died. So this year I thought I’d let them continue in the yard where they sprouted and will eventually transplant them. They were all in various stages of growth but suddenly they seem to be suffering from curling leaves, chewed leaves, and brown spots. What can I do to save them?
 
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IDK, plant look ok to me, as long as you don't get spots on stem, do not over water them.

How much sunlight you receive at the spot?
 
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IDK, plant look ok to me, as long as you don't get spots on stem, do not over water them.

How much sunlight you receive at the spot?
Thanks. They’ve been getting a combo of rain plus our sprinklers so maybe that’s too much. They get partial sun. The third picture shows the brown spots (might have to zoom in if viewing on a phone). And the 4th pic shows the curled in leaf that had me worried.
 

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