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I have two plants of common Jasmin/Jasmin Grandiflorum which are transplanted to ground from big pots a month ago. Plant is growing but leaf seems to be curling now.
Please advise if it is a disease or mal-nutrition.

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Submitted: 11:21AM, 20 May 2015
Answer: There are two main causes of leaf curl in plants, insect damage and water stress. Jasmin is resistant to most insect problems and from your photo it looks like the leaves are wilted a little bit so I would suggest water stress. Your plant may still be stressed from when you transplanted it, keept the water up to it and apply some Uplift Organic Liquid Fertiliser to help enourge some more root growth.
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