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parval and turai not surviving.
June 23, 2012
9:27 am
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shaheen_lal
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Hi everyone,

I hv parval and torai plants growing and many vegs too start but once dey are about 3-4 inches dey start turning yellow and den dry up. Hv fed vemicompost too but doesnt seem to help. Any suggestions n tips?

Thnx n rgrds.

Shaheen

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June 24, 2012
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This mostly happens due to lack of pollination. I am assuming you are mentioning the fruit.. try doing a manual hand pollination.
Take a male flower (male flower is one with out the fruit in its stalk) and remove the petails. Take only the central part and dust it in the female flowers central core. Also, you can take a paint brush , rub it well in the male flowers pollen and then dust it on the female flowers. This should help..

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June 25, 2012
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thnx gg. will try this n post d results.

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