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disease bell pepper

Posted by SuriFarm (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 26, 14 at 20:23

New to this forum . Bell pepper , CalWonder non hybride . White spots on the crown , where the stem comes up the soil . Plant wilting . Rust spots on the leaves . Already use fungicide (copperoxychloride , banrot , chlorothalonil ) and fungicide ( imidalcloprid , malathion ) . No avail . Any suggestions ??


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Already use fungicide (copperoxychloride , banrot , chlorothalonil ) and fungicide ( imidalcloprid , malathion ) . No avail . Any suggestions ??

==>>>> wow that a lot of chems for one little plant ...

i would call it a loss.. and throw it away ...

ken


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RE: disease bell pepper

The roots have failed.

The next project is determining why. It's typical for certain diseases to be common in a region. you need to discover what they are where you live.

Is there a local agricultural authority available? If so, talk to them. If not, you’ll need to talk with experienced gardeners/farmers near you.


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@ken : started the chems when disease manifestations occur . Spraying chems on week intervals in between . No avail . That little plant was trowm away . Too sick for some tiny little plant .
@jean001a : to determinate what is failing the roots is key . I live in Suriname (?? South America ) . This disease is causing local farmers much headache and they are stepping away from bell peppers . The hot peppers instead are thriving just fine . Local agricultaral authority has no clue , they put the blame on the seeds (??) .


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