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'Leaf Scorch Sweet Peas'

Facebook Question and Answer Session 27.06.14

Leaf Scorch which gradually gives the plants a white, scorched and dried out appearance as they slowly die off. Sweet Peas are particularly susceptible to this especially when grown on light soils. It tends to start on the lowest leaves first and then spreads to the rest of the plant. Leaf scorch is…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 18th October 2013

pea seedlings a week ago & they were doing great but now they started dying for me. It's like the upper & under part of the leaves are being eaten & a paper leaf skeleton is left (posted a picture). What is happening to them please? Answer: Hi Pia, this looks very much like leaf scorch. Sweet peas

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 15th June 2012

…Answer: Hi Jackie. It's really tricky to say without seeing the plants but it sounds rather like leaf scorch - Sweet Peas are particularly susceptible to this especially when grown on light soils. It tends to start on the lowest leaves first and then spreads to the rest of the plant. Leaf scorch

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 7th February 2014

…it is well established. For a favourite annual I would have to choose a Sweet Pea mix - a colourful blend of heirloom Grandiflora types with plenty of fragrance such as Sweet Pea 'Heirloom Mixed'. I'm not too worried about the size of the blooms, but I find the scent of sweet peas simply heavenly!

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 30th May 2014

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