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snail plant problem

Posted by vtsir none (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 2, 14 at 17:29


Can you please help me identify the problem ? The leaf belongs to snail plant ( Vigna Caracalla ). Thanks.

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RE: snail plant problem

Need a few details, begin with in the ground or a pot?
How many leaves are affected?
And where are they on the plant?

need an image of the entire plant, or more than 2 leaves, please.

RE: snail plant problem

Thanks for the reply, it's in a pot. It's spreading all over the leaves. I will try to capture a new photo when I can.

This post was edited by vtsir on Tue, Jun 3, 14 at 1:58

RE: snail plant problem

I will try to attach the files

RE: snail plant problem

Someone advised me to use copper chelate.

RE: snail plant problem

Whatever I have tried it's spreading all over the leaves. I can't find a way to stop this problem :(

RE: snail plant problem

The fuzzy webbing under leaves looks like spidermites.
Control them with Forbid:
The dark spots could be black spot leaf disease.

Copper chelate helps, good advice, just be prepared to lose a lot of leaves at first, but they grow back :)

This post was edited by MsMorningSong on Sun, Jun 8, 14 at 20:18

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