Leaves Dying on Avocado After Transplant?

I have two avocado trees, one is one year old and the other is 2 years old. The containers where I have them planted are getting small and I decided to transfer them to another bigger container and after a week their leaves became brown and they are dying. Can you tell me why? and if there some way I can recover then before they die. I have to mention that I'm living in Osaka Japan and here in winter is a little cold.

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Luis

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December 27, 20180 found this helpful

I would not be worried. Your plants have a bit of transplant shock. As long as they dont freeze, they should be fine

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