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Care for Solanum pseudocapsicum

Posted by mrpotato none (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 18, 11 at 7:52

This is a follow-up post of my previous question. Here is a photo of my Jerusalem Cherry. You can see that some of the leaves are really shrivered up. Doos anyone what is the cause of this, and how the condition can be reversed? Thank You.


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RE: Care for Solanum pseudocapsicum

This seems to be a double double post post. And, your picture didn't make it (in this post or your first one).


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RE: Care for Solanum pseudocapsicum

The plants of this taxon that I have are tough as nails. Temps. last winer went down to 8 degrees F and didn't even slow it down. I believe a combination of wet feet and lack of adequate sunshine would certainly be quite damaging. Good Luck with this worrisome problem.


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