Lack of sunlight: a long lack of sunlight may cause the leaves of Aglaia odorataello to turn yellow. At this time, put it in a place with enough light to supplement the light. Soil discomfort: the soil is too alkaline or not soft enough to cause yellow leaves. At this time, it is necessary to replace it with weak acid soft new soil. Improper watering: improper watering during maintenance, leaving the soil too dry or wet may cause yellow leaves. At this time, increase or decrease the frequency of watering, and wait for it to recover.