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Tricolor sage problem

Posted by Kevin_26 none (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 26, 13 at 16:32

Hi I have a problem with my tricolor sage, it is starting to get a white mildew on it I never had the problem with me normal sage and purple so I am at a loss.

I looked on net says to mix 1/4 baking powder with 1 cup water and that treat it but I am scepital of that.

help please thank you


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RE: Tricolor sage problem

kevin_26 - we are experiencing a thoroughly rotten March. I am surprised your tricolour sage is even alive to be honest. Cross your fingers and will the sun to come out.

Or is it indoors???? In which case give it more air and less water.


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RE: Tricolor sage problem

While I know this doesn't help you with your problem, I have found the tricolor to be the least robust of the sage varieties.

If indoors, definitely more air and less water as Flora suggests.

FataMorgana


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RE: Tricolor sage problem

was out but like you say rotten march, I brought mine in doors so I leave it airred is there anything I can do take the white away or will that go with the airring?


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RE: Tricolor sage problem

I use the baking powder and water solution for my squash plants when they get powdery mildew and it works very well for me. More air helps, too.


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RE: Tricolor sage problem

Kevin - if it was outside you should leave it outside, maybe with a little shelter from a bit of fleece or something held well off the foliage. Bringing it in might well be the cause of your problem.

Rays of strange yellow light coming through my windows today. What is it??? Still b..... freezing though.


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