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Vegetable Gardening: A big problem with my hot peppers

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dguimo
Pioneer, CA

May 28, 2002
2:33 AM

Post #30719

HELP! ! All of my hot peppers leaves are turning white. I just planted them 2 days ago and they were fine yesterday, I just can't figure out what is wrong. The soil is sooo good and weather has been warm. Does anyone have a suggestion? Would appreciate some input.I mulched with some rabbit poop stuff but that is the only "new" thing I've done.
Jacquie

Terry

Terry
Murfreesboro, TN
(Zone 7a)


May 28, 2002
11:58 AM

Post #269848

Sounds like sun scorch - had your peppers been exposed to full sun prior to planting? If not, you might try some netting or shade for part of the day for a few days to acclimate them.
dguimo
Pioneer, CA

May 28, 2002
2:34 PM

Post #269937

Thanks Vols,the first day I did put some shade cloth over them, but guess I should keep it up for a while. Back to the garden this AM to do that. Isn't this a great thread?
Jacquie

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