My Cherokee Purple plants aren't looking good. All three of them are losing or have lost their leaves. The rest of the seedlings are striving. They are full, lush and happy. Oh what to do. I've researched, but can't find anything on why tomato seedlings lose their leaves. I started 5 - 6 different varieties and I'm not having a problem with any of the other plants.
The peppers, squash, zucchinni, pumpkins and watermelon are all doing great. I gave them all a nice dose of fish emulsion and lowered the grow lights on the Cherokee Purple again. I'm hoping this will help, but I would like to get to the root of the problem. No pun intended, lol.
Does anyone know what the problem could be? My taste buds are set on Cherokee Purple this year, so I'm working hard to save them. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
On the other hand, my Dogwood is in full bloom and just beautiful. I had a white one several years ago, but lost it. It was close to one of my down spouts when I planted it. I think it was getting too much water. I love this tree so much, I've decided to replace the white one this fall. This time I will plant it in the side yard, hopefully it will survive.
Spring makes me happy. Everything is awaking and turning green, that is except my Cherokee Purple seedlings. How's everything going with your gardening plants?