Snow Peas

Snow Pea Plants Turned Yellow

bullster53 added on July 4, 2012 | Answered

Snow peas are planted in boxes 3 metres by half metre by half metre high soil and is mainly sheep manure (second year). Top two thirds of foliage very yellow.

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Answered on July 15, 2012

Peas can turn yellow for a number of reasons. Some possibilities include too little water, nitrogen burn from the manure (though you would have seen that sooner, I think), root rot and high temps.

As long as the containers are draining well, I would try increasing water to the plants - this will help if it if it is too little water or high temps.

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