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plant problem-soil problem?

Posted by eng6trk 7 (My Page) on
Fri, May 2, 14 at 21:49

I have a few transplants that I planted that end up looking similar to the attached picture.

The weird thing is the strawberry transplants and onion sets I planted are growing fine.

Any idea to what the problem is would be most helpful and appreciated!


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RE: plant problem-soil problem?

Is it a green? Kale type thing/
Did you figure this out?


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RE: plant problem-soil problem?

The problem is the discoloration of the leaves and eventually the plant dies.
Spinach, broccoli, baby bok choi are the plants that are affected.


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RE: plant problem-soil problem?

You may have a fungal or bacterial problem which may be environmental-in soil or airborne.

For general health, it helps if your brassicas are planted in an area that will get a lot of sun and the drainage should be good. They like a lot of organic matter in the soil so that it isn't too dense with clay.


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