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Plant pest photos attached.advice need..thx
November 25, 2011
4:15 pm
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arnprasad
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Below is the link to the photos. please have a look at advice. thx in advance for all the help.  Please copy paste the link in the browser.thx

 

https://picasaweb.google.com/1.....lantAttack#

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November 27, 2011
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raghu
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Hai,arnprasad i viewed your photos.The leaves turning yellow in beans is due to magnesium nutrients deficiency. Did the rigid&squash getting full sunlight?Rigid&squash must need high nitrogen in the initial stage.Curling&holes is due to N deficiency.The yellow tiny bugs is aphids in squash&rigid.Another thing your pot size is small for beans,squash,rigid,B gourds.My advice is 1st give full sunlight.Apply panchagavya 2%solution to the above in 10 days interval.Spray neem+punga ennai at5 ml+5ml to 1 litre of water twice a week.Cool   

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November 29, 2011
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@arnprasad,

 

Follow raghu's advice and things should look better.

Few more observations from the pics.

Pic1 - Black Aphids
Pic2 - Lady bug (Beneficial)
Pic4 - There are lots of sucking pests. If you remove them it should be proper. It also looks like leaf curl.
Pic11 - Leaf miner. Pick the eggs of moths found underneath the leafs. Leaf miners are larvae that feed leaf surfaces. Use neem +honge(punga)based pesticide
Pic 12- Watermelon(aphids problem).    
Pic13 - Squash - Powdery mildew/sucking pests.
Pic20 - Bean seems to have spider mites issue. Take a close look underneath the leaves. There will be lots of tiny insects with webs

Hope thishelps

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December 1, 2011
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sellulose
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Read the below link to understand the nutrient deficiencies in your plants.

http://www.hbci.com/~wenonah/min-def/

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