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Black dots in Gwar(Cluster beans) leaves.
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P L Rao
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February 4, 2014 - 7:34 pm
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Hi GG,

I find a lots of black dots on backside of GWAR(Cluster beans) leaves, and leaves are shrinking. Very slow growth. these are 45 to 50days plants.

Sowed in 1:1 CP and VCompost, Orchid Bn (grow) once in a week. Neem oil as recomended by you is once in 10days. Here i attached photos of the plant.

Kindly guide me.

Thank you sooooo much.

 

http://s751.photobucket.com/us.....038;page=1

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geekgardener
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February 7, 2014 - 6:53 pm
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considering the age (45-50days) they are very slow to grow. are they getting good light? is drainage proper? i hope they are not overfertilized. the dots could be aphids

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P L Rao
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February 9, 2014 - 1:35 pm
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Hi GG,

Thank you for the reply.

Lighting is good, and drainage also good. No overfertilizer. But there are so many earthworms are in that container. and one thing in the same container i tried to grow beans/Chilli, and now Gwar, and always facing some challenge in that container ?? these gwar plants are very healthy when they was in other container (Paint bucket). After transplanting to this container i am facing this challenge. and i am using 1:1 (CPeat and VCompost) potting mix for my terrace garden.

 

and finally how to control the aphids.

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The best way to control aphids is to do a visual checkup every day and check for small flying insects. these flies first come to the plant and setup a colony of aphids. also control the ants.

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