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Lorraine
My passionfruit has clumps of little leaves which are yellowish and stunted. It also has normal leaves.

The vine is a couple of years old. Leaves look like the true passionfruit, not the wild variety. It is a grafted Nellie Kelly.

Submitted: 10:02PM, 07 Oct 2011
Answer: Hi Lorraine,
If there are two different shaped leaves there may be some growth from below the graft point. Check the graft and remove any shoots they may have appeared. Passionfruit require regular feeding and if you haven’t fertilised then apply some Dynamic Lifter for Fruit and Citrus.
The leaves that are smaller and stunted may also have mites so check to see if there is any webbing on the underside of the leaves.
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Answered: 04:28PM, 10 Oct 2011

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