can my sugar snap peas be saved?

jeansun12April 22, 2009

Im starting a container garden this year and I'm having problems with my sugar snap peas. I realize it has some kind of fungus because the lower leaves turned yellow and now brown but the upper leaves about a good 75% is vibrant green. Can the peas be saved??? Can someone give me advice>>> Thank You very much!

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RuthieG__TX(z8 TX)

If the top growth is growing good and looks good I wouldn't worry about the lower leaves. I find it often happens to my green beans too...I'm not sure but I always worry about them at that stage and they always turn out fine. What makes you think it is a fungus?

    Bookmark   April 22, 2009 at 9:06PM
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Thanks for the response!
Well everytime I have a problem I turned to the internet and try to find the answer. I've read that if the leaves turn yellow that it may be a fungus...probably from watering too much...again, Im guessing.
I will ride it out and see what will happen to my peas!

    Bookmark   April 29, 2009 at 8:17PM
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