bhindi plant

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Re: bhindi plant

Post by M Farooq » December 22nd, 2013, 12:27 pm

Sharjeel sb, my first impression is that your bhindi seedlings are not getting enough sunlight they deserve. That's why they are growing tall and dark green.

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Re: bhindi plant

Post by Sharjeel39 » December 22nd, 2013, 12:33 pm

Sir but they are placed in the yard with no roof on!
They get sunlight more than me!!

I will send you pictures where they are planted.

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Re: bhindi plant

Post by Sharjeel39 » December 22nd, 2013, 12:37 pm

Farooq sahab can low organic content be another reason ??
I water them regular, after checking the dryness of soil.
So i think watering is not an issue with them!!

But i still honor you comment abt the sunlight will check the sun light pattern and will observe how this plant is getting light and how much.

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Re: bhindi plant

Post by M Farooq » December 22nd, 2013, 1:24 pm

Sharjeel39 wrote:Farooq sahab can low organic content be another reason ?? I water them regular, after checking the dryness of soil.
So i think watering is not an issue with them!! But i still honor you comment abt the sunlight will check the sun light pattern and will observe how this plant is getting light and how much. Sir but they are placed in the yard with no roof on! They get sunlight more than me!
I will send you pictures where they are planted.
I don't think organic content (I guess khaad) and over watering is an issue. Check how many hours your plants get full direct sunlight (which plants deserve). Certainly you don't want to scorch the young plants but direct sunlight is important.

BTW, I just noticed that your seedlings have leaf miner disease (trails in the leaves).

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