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Old July 15, 2017   #6
greenthumbomaha
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I have a newly purchased moist little seedling in a 4 inch pot, doing great. I was keeping both transplants pictured above on the dry side, and I just read they like consistent moisture. Perhaps the dryness was robbing them of some essential nutrient, but ..

I pulled the dead plant. Roots looked good but the stem and upper branch are suspect. Take your pick of root rots...

Second plant still hanging with yellowing of lower leaves and but no rots at the stem that I can see. Any guesses if it's an excess of nutrients or deficiency?

Tomatoes take priority. Maybe just not enough love or water! - Lisa
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