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Post  conradcpt on 5/14/2011, 12:06 pm

Hi,

I'm a bit concerned about my broccoli leaves. They've always looked very good, but yesterday I notice the are a bit yellowy on top. Just spots. Can this be because they're too old? They're only a like 6 weeks though. The younger leaves looks okay.

Also, they look a bit dirty underneath. I've recently sprayed some Organic Insecticidal Soap for worms, so I was wondering if that made it easier for dust to stick to the leaves? Or if this causing the yellowness?

I tried to upload photos but for some reason it fails tonight.

Thanks in advance.
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Post  white95v6 on 5/14/2011, 5:19 pm

yea i am not much help. but my broccoli has its lower leaves turning brown and dieing off. no idea what cuases this. but the rest of the plant looks good and they are all starting to form heads.......so i asume they are ok.

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Post  conradcpt on 5/15/2011, 4:21 pm

Hey White

Thanks for the reply. I'm thinking this is probably the normal cycle for them. This is my first box so I'm learning as I go.

As for the dirty leave at the bottom thing, it looks like it really is just dust. The plant looks fine though.
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