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laurel brown spots?

Posted: 27/06/2012 at 10:32

HI davidK

THANKS FOR YOUR EPLY. I HAVE LOOKED UP AN IMAGE OF POWDERY MILDEW AND IT DOEN'T LOOK LIKE THAT. THE SPOTS ARE NOT POWDERY AND THEY ARE ABOUT THE SIZE OF A PIN HEADSCATTERED ALL OVER THE LEAF.

ANYBODY GOT ANY MORE IDEAS.

broad bean problems

Posted: 27/06/2012 at 10:26

Thanks Bob for your reply. They are about 3' high and I have pinched out the tips and would say that the have about 6 sets of flowers on each.

No sign of Chocolate spot, they look very healthy at the moment, just no sign of pods forming.

I can only hope that the sun does shine sometime this year!!!

broad bean problems

Posted: 26/06/2012 at 21:31

I had loads of flowers on my broad bean, but they appear to be falling off without setting. I have never grown these before so not sure what to expect!.

The north west had be wet, wet,wet of late could this be the problem...no insects to pollinate etc.,

laurel brown spots?

Posted: 26/06/2012 at 21:28

My laurel hedging has developed tiny brown spots on the leaves. They are not powdery as I believe rust is a charactaristic sign.It has been very wet of late in the NW so could anyone advise me.

Vermiculite

Posted: 24/05/2012 at 21:13

I HAVE SEEN IT ON EBAY AT 10LTRS, YOU COULD CONTACT THE SELLER TO SEE IF THEY DO LARGER QUANTATIES.

USE BY DATE ON SEEDS

Posted: 13/04/2012 at 10:48

Iv'e found that the kitchen paper idea works best, saves time & space to see if they germinate. My record is 15years out of date and most germinated (bedding aster)

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