Brown spots not covered in your article. Teresa Champeau By Teresa Champeau|2019-06-24T14:00:05-07:00June 24th, 2019|2 Comments Ask The Fiddle Leaf Fig DoctorBrown spots not covered in your article.June 24, 2019 at 2:00 pmTeresa Champeau By Teresa Champeau|2019-06-24T14:00:05-07:00June 24th, 2019|2 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditVKTumblrEmail June 24, 2019 at 2:10 pmEditI'm having a hard time with this post sorry. Can you tell me what this is? I got this plant at an Ikea in Milwaukee,Wi about 4 months ago.i the last month it started to develop these light brown spots. I water about every 2 weeks I use my calendar on my phone to remind myself. At the same time I fertilize it, with a fertilizer called Michigan State Fertilizer it is a 13-3-15 Fertilizer. I usually give it 2 quarts of water. And I did do a good soak in the sink after having it home after 2 weeks. It has dried out since then. I always feel the soil before I water. It is in the Original container and soil I purchased it in. I doesn't sit in water. I have it elevated in the pot it sits in. And it sits in a an early afternoon window. I hope this information helps along with the photos. Thank you, Teresa Champeau June 24, 2019 at 2:44 pmEditHi Teresa! It looks like the spots are on the newer leaves, so my guess is edema, which is very treatable and usually fades as the leaf grows. This post has more information about that: https://fiddleleaffigplant.com/little-red-or-brown-spots-plaguing-new-growth-on-your-fiddle-leaf-fig-tree-heres-why-and-what-to-do/ It's hard to tell the size of the plant, but 2 quarts might be a little much. I'd also remove it from the nursery container, as those are designed to keep the roots overly dry. This post might help with watering questions: https://fiddleleaffigplant.com/watering-fiddle-leaf-fig-plant/ Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.