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I've been checking my Mesemb seedlings today and have noticed on one the Tanquana prismatica that a white patch has appeared. Unfortunately I can't see very well and I'm having difficulty telling if the white patch is natural leaf die back or if it is a fungus developing. The rest of the seedlings in the pot seem ok The seedlings are being exposed to natural light behind a shading of net curtain.
I've taken a close up with a cheapo USB microscope
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