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Anyone else sick of this rain?!?

Posted by michael723 6 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 18, 14 at 14:39

Ok so here in the Northeast it's rained for about a week straight! Finally let up the past couple of days thank God! Experiencing the common chlorosis and necrosis on lower branches.. Upping my feeding - Fish emulsion/liquid seaweed weekly, as well as the occasional epsom salt and diamond black (humic acid supplement) - supplemented with bi-weekly stump tea for some beneficial bacteria/molasses etc.. Here's a few pics of the current symptoms after the floods lol... Not so much a question post, more of a venting of frustration lol

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few more.....

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And a nice PL from the yellow brandy wine ....

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That's one BIG leaf! Are you getting fruit set too?

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@ ncrealestateguy
Yea plenty of blooms, but with my particular climate I have the luxury of pinching off until I'm ready for fruit.. I like to let them get to at least 3+ feet before I allow them to put their energy towards fruit production.. It's just about that time..

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