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    gjmichell is offline Germinator
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    Default Sweet peppers indoors - help!

    Hi, first post here. Been tinkering with growing various things indoors and out for a few years. First time trying sweet peppers.

    Growing in the conservatory, three in a grow bag. End two have grown large and leafy but are only producing relatively little fruit, and those it does are long, slender and have dips in the sides. Middle plant is much shorter but producing loads. Fruit is shorter but much rounder. All are the same variety (or came from the same bag of seeds anyway!).

    I'm feeding with tomato feed once a week and water otherwise every day.

    Can anyone explain the difference? I'm assuming the middle one is more shaded than the end two...

    On the large two, the lower, large leaves have twisted over and some have tiny while 'pimples' around the veins of the leaves. Is this a disease of some sort? Middle one seems completely free of this.

    Was going to attach a picture, but file size is way bigger than allowed...

    Any help appreciated!

    Gareth

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    gjmichell is offline Germinator
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    Looks like your plants have a fungus related desease. Try loosening the soil around the roots to allow good drainage and wash the leaves with soapy water.
    Last edited by jonny the plant pot; 04-09-2016 at 09:07 PM.
    When you have a hammer in your hand everything around you starts looking like a nail.

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