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Wednesday, May 01, 2019 Glenoma Kins Kibordmonki, WA

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Leaf edges getting cupped, growth is less luxurious.

I believe this means there is an important area of the root zone which has become too dry. You'd think wilting would be the first symptom. But here I think the issue is, there is enough water to achieve turgor from other parts of the root system, but a large area of roots is too dry to move any nutrients. Mole damage can be similar in effect. But in this case I think with two big plants and sunny days this is purely a dry root zone symptom... Its not that the whole root zone is entirely dry or the plant would wilt. But its too dry somewhere. Thats my take on this.
 



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