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My chili is dying, please help~

Posted by naturechan 11 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 2, 12 at 6:57

Their leaves are so curl. I think they are ill. I tried the chili and garlic spray without luck.
Can anybody can save them or I should give up to prevent the diseases from spread.

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RE: My chili is dying, please help~

I also find this rust like stuff on the non-curl leaves.

RE: My chili is dying, please help~

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RE: My chili is dying, please help~

the back indicates a sucking bug.. aphids.. mites.. i cant see..

and they may be long gone... since you already sprayed ...

as they suck the juice out of a plant cell.. it can make them grow curly ...

you might want to check the backsides of the leaves of every plant in the group ....


RE: My chili is dying, please help~

I found a spittlebug on some basil that looked like that. Any "suds" on the stems or petioles?

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