Ever since I've planted my plants into there forever pot/soil I experienced what looks like a bug eating away at my leaves, in a previous thread post this was the general consensus also. I also experienced a select few leaves slightly curl...
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For reference, my plants are growing in a mini greenhouse for security reasons so it can get really hot in there on 35+ degree days here in Victoria.
I have recently left my plant for about 2 weeks due to being on holiday (someone was still watering them).
I'm now wondering what do the below pictures look like? I think it is a possibility that a bug is eating away at the leaves and then due to the heat the part that is eaten dries out and shrivels the leaf up leading to an overall unhealthy leaf.
The only other problem I have seen that looks similar is PH fluctuations but after testing my PH a few times with a small kit it seems to be consistently 6.5.
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The new growth all appears to be healthy and green.
My plants do seem to be getting eaten up by tiny leaf hoppers.
I'm trying to organically grow these as much as possible so as a solution I have been using a concoction of diluted neem spray, garlic, chilli with a small ammount of tea tree oil soap but I have just started recently using this again as I have been away.
Any ideas on what it could be, just a bug or something more sinister?