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My baby pepper plants are turning yellow?

Crestview, FL

My bell pepper plants' leaves, which have just been big enough to go outside for the hadening off process, are turning yellow why?

Lake Elsinore, CA

Too much water? That's the first thing that comes to mind.

Crestview, FL

Pugzley: I believe you were right in that, as they are fine this morning.
joy

Liberty Hill, TX(Zone 8a)

Jeez, if everything could be that easy. That's what I luv about DG, if I have a question all I have to do is ask, get a great answer and its done, before I have a chance to screw it up worse.

Crestview, FL

Ain't that the truth!
joy

Spokane Valley, WA(Zone 5a)

too cold? If they get too cold, they can get chlorotic, unable to utilize the nutrients it needs.

Crestview, FL

My peppers have recovered nicely, it's this hot sun, everything wilts during the day; but when the sun goes down everything comes back to life, the squash, cukes, okra, eggplants and peppers are doing the most suffering; but my maters seem to love it and I have no problem with them at all.
joy

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