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Old 07-10-2018, 03:21 PM #21
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Happens to the best of us. Cull the infected plants and spray the rest will baking soda 1tbs to a gallon of water.
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Old 07-11-2018, 02:37 PM #22
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Google fusarium and verticillum wilt, and tomato spotted wilt virus.
i didnt think that either affects pepper plants ... does it???
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Old 07-12-2018, 08:00 AM #23
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i didnt think that either affects pepper plants ... does it???
They all can. Tomatoes and peppers are in the same family, Solanaceae, the nightshade family.
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Old 07-12-2018, 03:11 PM #24
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They all can. Tomatoes and peppers are in the same family, Solanaceae, the nightshade family.
thanks... i always rotate my tomatoes to avoid any blight- but never did with my peppers - i will now...
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I'm going to be very cautious when purchasing plants in the future. Maybe even start from seed from now on.
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Happens to the best of us. Cull the infected plants and spray the rest will baking soda 1tbs to a gallon of water.
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Thought I'd give an update on the surviving plants. My jalapeno pepper is doing great and has a peppers all over it. I ate one the other day and it was delicious! No signs of disease at all and I didn't change my care routine so I now know that I wasn't killing it or my other plants that were sick.

My tomato plant obviously has spotted wilt but has show some resistance to the disease and has managed to power through it unlike the last one that was completely wiped out by the spotted wilt. The growth has been stunted, as well as fruit production but I've managed to harvest a few dozen tomatoes already with many more on the way! I'm glad that I only culled two of my plants and gave these ones a chance.

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baking soda? what this do?
Baking soda raises the ph on the surface of the leaf, changing the ion balance which cause fungus cells to collapse.

It is effective as a preventive against PM and fungus.

I spray weekly starting in the spring. Simple and cheap.
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Baking soda raises the ph on the surface of the leaf, changing the ion balance which cause fungus cells to collapse.

It is effective as a preventive against PM and fungus.

I spray weekly starting in the spring. Simple and cheap.
WoW, i didn't know about this L.B., do you use it on your cannabis plants ?
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Yeah isnt milk classically sprayed on plants for the same reason but as well as raising pH and having some calcium it also encourages lactobacillus to outcompete pathogenic bacteria..
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