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May 1, 2020 12:15 PM CST
I've looked at pics online quite a few times and just dont see anything similar, where a cause or solution is provided, so hoping for some insight..
Sprouted Trinidad Scorpion seeds in wet papter towel in bag in 80-90 degree with light, took about 10 days for most to germinate. Transfered to potting soil and they did well indoors with a decent lamp. Few days ago was nice out and had them outside about 5 hours for first time from 2pm till 7pm on day w/ no wind high 50's , at end it might have gotten to high 40's.
Plants were fine during one or 2 watering checks but when I brought them in, all my TS's had all most all of all leaves white, limp and shrivilling. Two days later thsi picture, where those mostly fell off, some had some green base left and are looking better than that horrible day.
Was it simply the cold, I would never think that was too cold, so as to kill them in an hour.
Worried it was not the temp, but instead a disease , because the same is now starting on red bell pepper plants, but over days, not minutes.
The plants on left are the TSs and better ones on right are bell peppers.
Any thoughts on why on the bells are dying too?
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