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Common Vegetable Problems
A lot of problems can happen in the garden that can confuse the average gardener. From germination, wilting, light conditions, diseases, watering, pest and much more! Below is an explanation for some of the most common problems that gardeners and farmers face when planting vegetable seeds.
Identifying and Treating Diseases
|Seeds Do Not Germinate|
This is a tricky one. Most of the time it will be an environmental condition and not the seeds. Most professional seed companies will not send seed that has been professionally tested at 85% germination. If it is just one seed variety then it may be the seed but if you have trouble with more than one it is most likely an environmental control.
|Seedling Wilt and Die|
Seedlings can be very fragile. Keeping healthy growing conditions can be a challenge for people who work, have children or just don't have time.
|Spindly and Reaching Plants|
This is one of the most common occurrences for beginning gardeners. Tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetable stems will get long and skinny as though they are reaching for more light.
Slow growth of vegetables plants can be a number of factors. Sometimes it can just be the nature of the plant to grow slow, other times it may be transplant shock.
Yellow leaves is a common problem on tomatoes for gardeners. It will affect other vegetables and usually means the same thing.
Poor yields can be attributed to several things that go wrong in the garden.
Please see: Disease Control and Identification