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Q.I Suspect We Have Root Rot In Our Garden Peas. The Plants Die From The Ground Up. They Are Just To The Pod Stage. From Your Site I

Zone R0J2C0 | janriley added on August 1, 2023 | Answered

t says sow elsewhere in following years. How far away from infected soil? Thankyou allan

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Answered on August 1, 2023

When planting peas after root rot in infected soil, it is recommended to plant them at least 3 feet away from the original spot. This distance helps to minimize the risk of reinfection and allows the plants to establish in healthier soil.

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