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some eggs in OKRA leaves
February 4, 2014
7:16 pm
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P L Rao
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Hi GG,

From past few days i am observing some kind of eggs!! (Looks like moisture drop) on my Okra leaves. and the plant growth is very slow.

Kindly guide me about this. Here i attached the photos.

Thank you soooo much.

 

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

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February 5, 2014
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Hi,

 

It is perfectly normal for okra plants to produce those spherical balls underneath the leaves. I believe they are the plant's own secretions. nothing to worry about.

 

Thanks

Lokesh

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February 7, 2014
6:44 pm
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lokky is right. those droplets you find are a result of a process called guttation. they are harmless.

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February 9, 2014
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lokky said:

Hi,

 

It is perfectly normal for okra plants to produce those spherical balls underneath the leaves. I believe they are the plant's own secretions. nothing to worry about.

 

Thanks

Lokesh

Thank you lokesh.

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February 9, 2014
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geekgardener said:

lokky is right. those droplets you find are a result of a process called guttation. they are harmless.

Thank you GG.

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