Foliar Nematodes in my plantaginea????
Okay, I hope I don't become a hypochondriac because of my hosta, but when I finally moved things enough to reach my 2 plantaginea species plants in the same pot, which had been on a pedestal all by themselves, I saw there was definitely something wrong with a few leaves. NOT sun scald, because they were in the shade. In fact, the two of them were reaching more toward the sunlight, so I guess they could stand a bit more of a sun exposure.
However, I took a series of pictures to show as I need to know what gives with these leaves. Is it foliar nematode damage? Too much water? Too much Sluggo? Maybe too much of the Bayer spray for sawfly larva? Maybe too much of a dose of the 1:10 ammonia:water shower? Would spraying the plants with the ammonia/water have allowed nematodes to travel up through that concoction? I realize the hazards of water splashing from a shower, but hope the nematodes cannot survive in an ammonia cocktail?
Anyway, here are the pictures. Your opinions always appreciated.
and this one I took because of the sawfly on the leaf
...and that's all folks. Ah, yes, the white filament you see is shredded paper I put out for birds to take for nesting material. They dropped some in the pot beneath.