Some snaps and nicotiana dying

melroseJuly 9, 2008

I have some snaps and nicotiana that have shiveled up and died. It looks like they don't have enough water but the soil is moist and the other plants around them are fine. In fact, most of the time a healthy plant is right next to them. I have no other plants that do this but I'd guess about 20-25% of the snap and nicotiana have this problem. Any ideas of what's happening?

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greylady_gardener

did you check to see what was going on under the plant? If you carefully dig them up and check through the soil and root ball, you may find the culprit....some kind of bug or worm may be under there feeding on the roots.....just a thought.

gg

    Bookmark   July 10, 2008 at 9:48AM
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