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Issues with Turnips

Posted by greenbrier517 8 (redoaks22@yahoo.com) on
Sun, Oct 30, 11 at 19:30

I have planted Turnips every fall for several years now with good success. This year though, problems have arose. I first noticed small spots on the foliage becoming dead and brownish in color. Now it seems to have taken over my entire crop. What can this be? Here's a link to a picture of these damaged greens.

http://i688.photobucket.com/albums/vv246/greenbrier517/100_0485.jpg

I was not able to find any bugs present. I figured I'd come here for some expert advice.

Thanks to you all.


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RE: Issues with Turnips

Did you water or apply any kind of wet fertilizer when it was really hot out? It looks burned.


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RE: Issues with Turnips

I have not added any fertilizer in over a year now. Could it be that the hot temperatures it was exposed to a month ago have affected it? Thanks for your answer.


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RE: Issues with Turnips

My guess is heat, it really looks like sunburn!


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