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jill.sibleyjill.sibley Posts: 2
edited June 2019 in Fruit & veg
I have been away for a few days and have come back and found 1 plants leaves have died and down to the soil and another plant has very yellow leaves and a silvery slime on them. What has caused this?


  • josusa47josusa47 Posts: 3,531
    Silvery slime is usually the work of slugs and snails, and they might have chewed through the stem of the one that's died.  Yellowing is, I think, usually caused by lack of nutrients, so a liquid seaweed feed might help.  I'm sure others will know more about it than me.
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