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I have somthing strange going on. I have some dwarf pomagranate seedlings that are about 5-6 inches tall. They seem to be doing well and are sprouting new leaves, however the new green leaves are twisting and curling sort of and I have no idea why. I dont see any bugs or anything on the plants. Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this and what I can do for my tiny seedlings?
thanks and God bless,
found this;I had the same problem a while ago, it can be caused by two things. Either you don't have good drainage in your pots, or your plants aren't getting enough magnizium(sp?). I drilled some small holes on the bottom of my pots
and the problem went away with the new leaves.
here is where I got it http://www.gardenscure.com/420/plant-nursery/2479-leaves-curling-up.html
maybe it will help you,
Thanks sunflower! I know the drainage is good so I think i will give them a little plant food and see if that helps. Also when i repotted them a few days after I got them I mixed some peat and garden soil together..maybe that wasnt a good mix im not sure.
It could be thrip damage too.
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