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by Caragh on July 23, 2004 06:12 PM
I'm worried about a few of my plants. My sweetpeas mostly. They seem to be developing a mold on the leaves? It wipes off ok with a cloth but it would take ages to do the whole plant. Does anyone know what this is and why it's happening?
How can I get rid of it and stop it happening again.
Any advice would be great.
by weezie13 on July 24, 2004 06:21 AM
First off, I'd like to Welcome you to The Garden Helper's Forum!!
We are very glad to have you here!!!

Just so you know, I moved your post into a section that are gardener's frequent more thru...
So, you'll get an answer better in that section.

In the meantime, can you tell us a bit more about your plants???
Can you tell us what kind of soil the plants are in.
The type of container also...
Sun *or shade* how much of either???
And your watering practices, how, with type~hose or drip or what ever??? and what time of day..???
Also your fertilizer you use, if any???

That would be a great help for us to narrow it down a bit...


P.S. I have several relatives in your country!!!
I've never met them!! [Eek!]
Wish I could!!!!
Tell us more about your area???
We would love to hear about it..
We have many members from over seas, England, "over the pond" and Cyrpress and UK,
Very nice to meet you!

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Don't forget to be kind to strangers. For some who have
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by Pineapple_Raye on July 24, 2004 12:31 PM
Caragh hello and greetings.

Is there anyway you can post a picture of your problem? If not can you E-mail a picture to me?
If so, then mail it to:

Again Welcome to this place!

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