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Are they in the ground or in pots? I only ask because in pots they might be congested if you have a lot of them, and therefore they could be short of food and water, and in the ground it could be slug/snail damage. Regular picking usually means more flowers, not less.
DavidK is the SP expert but I don't know if he's around today.
Don't know what to suggest
It's not something I've encountered before. Have you grown them successfully in the same places before? I wonder if there's not enough nutrition for them.
Tryhard Fairy has looked at sweetpea thread and no answer, best if I move it up and you ask the question there, David will help.
Sorry - I went out..
As KEF says - David will be a lot more help than me Try hard. I'm sure he'll be back on sometime soon and will know the questions to ask as well as the answers!
I have had the same problem before, normally its early in the season where there is often a big fluctuation between night and day temps. I find as the weather warms it eases.
Hi, Try hard.....I've answered your query on the other thread, but I see you have found the correct diagnosis from the Eagle SP website......they are the experts.
Good luck, the problem will soon resolve itself.