August 20, 2012
The pumpkin leaf ( the plant around 1 month old) seems to be eaten away at the periphery, day by day its increasing. can someone pls help help identify what action i can take, is it a leaf miner? i have used garden soil
also my spinach seedling has bowed down to the extent that the cotyledon leaves now touch the ground, some of them have been uprooted. I stay in 2nd floor in mumbai and the spinach is on the box-grilled window. is the problem becasue of rains shower / wind or could there be a disease. i have used garden soil for sowing seeds
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May 1, 2010
the pumpkin leaf might have been attacked by a caterpillar or something. leaf miner only makes marks and doesn't eat so much of leaf. See the underside of leaves for caterpillars/worms. Pick them out. also watch out for their droppings.. thats a sign there are worms.
spinach seedlings bends down in reach for sunlight. mound up some soil around them and they are good to go.
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