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Re: Pepper Question

Aren't pepper susceptible to some of the same wilt diseases as tomatos?  
Could it be one of those?
Regardless, I wouldn't yank them yet- peppers are pretty hardy and tend 
to come back even after they take a hit in my experience.


Donna wrote:

>well since no one replied (yet)... I will take a stab
>at it.
>Is the soil draining from all the rain? Might be water
>logged problem.
>If not that, might need something in the soil.
>Although I should know this, I can't remember if it is
>a nitrogen or calcium deficiency.
>--- SueNY <sue.nyc@att.net> wrote:
>>  Some of my peppers are not looking good. They have
>>rusty brown patches on
>>their leaves and some of them are yellowing and
>>falling off. Could it be
>>from all the heavy rains we've had? They get full
>>sun at least 7hrs or so a
>>day. Sun scald? This is only on a couple of plants.
>>They all have a couple
>>of tiny holes, obviously something had a snack, but
>>I inspected them all and
>>could find no bugs.
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