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Disease

Posted by mr_grow (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 28, 09 at 20:50

My garden seems to have some kind of disease spreading. It's on many of the plants. Any idea what it might be? I can't seem to get the pictures to format right here, so you'll have to click on the my garden link below to see the diseased plants. Sorry. When I post the pictures here they are too large and I can't seem to get them to post correctly.

Here is a link that might be useful: My Garden


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Your blog is very difficult to load because of the size of the pictures. I've tried twice and it's crashed my browser both times. Can you reduce them and post them here?


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It almost appears that something has been sprayed on your garden. I am wondering if a neighbor sprayed for weeds nearby? Otherwise, I am not an expert on plant diseases, but sometimes they do just get spots and such on leaves, but pull through it. I hope yours do.

Good Luck, the pictures came through fine on my computer, hopefully someone who knows a lot about diseases will take a look;)

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My neighbors are too far away from the garden to have gotten something on them. We've had a lot of rain so I wonder if that has anything to do with it. Oh well, nothing much I can do about it so I'll just wait and see. Thanks for the input.


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not sure if this is it, but check this link out

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/mcms/relatedfiles/%7b8066d451-75af-4dc1-a683-ce3c489cbcdd%7d/early+blight.pdf


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