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p. edulis fertilizing

Posted by plummy 9b nor-cal (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 23, 05 at 22:32

Hello,
Lately my edulis has had quite a lot of yellow leaves and stems. I was wondering what to do? It has lots of unripe-ripening fruit and lots have already fallen off but now with yellowing leaves should I pick some fruit?
thanks for any help


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RE: p. edulis fertilizing

Don't pick it till it falls off. (I know I know I never listen either..)

As for the plant... Something's wrong. Spider mites? Other bugs? Too hot? Too dry? It's unhapy- but doesn't really sound like a fertilizer problem..

Then again I'm not the expert.. But I'd suspect bugs myself.


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RE: p. edulis fertilizing

  • Posted by plummy 9b nor-cal (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 27, 05 at 23:22

YES! I agree with you i found these weird white bugs with fluf around them i think they we mites.


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RE: p. edulis fertilizing

So Plummy, did you get rid of the mites? Is the plant OK now? I have an edulis as well whose leaves (all of them) are misshapen, curled, crinkled. No bugs, though.

What should I do to fix that?


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RE: p. edulis fertilizing

  • Posted by JeanS UK NW Scotland (My Page) on
    Tue, Sep 20, 05 at 16:18

Bugs with white fluff around them sound like meally bug. They usually infest the roots as well.


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