My pea plants are starting to to yellow. What can I do to remedy the problem?
Unfortunately, your photo did not come through, and I'm not sure what growing conditions it has faced up until this point.
There are several things that can cause yellowing in peas. This can be over, or underwatering, diseases, nutrient deficiencies or nutrient overloads, insect pests, and hot weather can all be causes of yellowing leaves in peas, depending on how and where the damage occurs.
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We had about 15 pea pods almost ready for picking and they disappeared overnight
t could be any number of midnight marauders. Here are some ideas:
I have raised beds and this did not affect all my beds but where it did, my plants stopped producing, turned yellow/orange and some died.
It sounds like root knot nematodes. This article should help:
t says sow elsewhere in following years. How far away from infected soil? Thankyou allan
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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Our location is Lake City, Florida
I could only find one photo and the flowers were white. These articles may be of interest:
This is the first time my peas have grown out like this but have used the same seeds
A virus transmitted by aphids can cause distorted pods. Here is more information on pests and diseases of peas.