White spots on lemon sprout's leaves


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Hello,


Wierd white spots appeared on my lemon sprout's leaves.
It has stopped growing since i repotted it into a separate pot.
The leaves look wilted.


Sorry for the bad quality pictures but i couldn't bring my telephone to focus.
Please open the pictures because the spots are really hard to see.
Thank you in advance!
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Hello,


Wierd white spots appeared on my lemon sprout's leaves.
It has stopped growing since i repotted it into a separate pot.
The leaves look wilted.


Sorry for the bad quality pictures but i couldn't bring my telephone to focus.
Please open the pictures because the spots are really hard to see.
Thank you in advance!
View attachment 90563
If you are referring to those white circles, those appear to be water spots and not any any insectile, fungal, bacterial or viral issue that I know of. Or, are you referring to what appears to be dust? If it isn't dust it is citrus mites and those are controlled with Neem Oil. The plant has good color and any wilting is probably caused by the repotting. Wilting is caused by improper watering and/or low humidity and since you have just repotted with new additional soil I would guess that underwatering is the cause of any leaf wilt. Insufficient light causes slow to no new growth. If the plant was growing at the time of repotting then something has changed, whether it be from the actual repotting, fertilization or environmental changes. At this time I cannot offer any advise but to wait a day or two and see if anything manifests itself because right now I just don't see any cause for alarm.
 

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