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Post  scmelik 6/11/2012, 10:00 am

some of my pea plants are really getting yellow from the bottom up, they are still growing like crazy and have blossoms everywhere so I know they are healthy but the leaves just keep going yellow. I have read that yellow leaves could mean either to much or not enough water. I have been watering those the same as I have everything else and nothing else is getting yellow leaves.

Should I clip those leaves off or just leave them?
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Post  givvmistamps 6/11/2012, 6:30 pm

Sometimes this means a shortage of some trace mineral, or that the N-P-K ratio is off a bit. The fact that the plant is still growing strong seems to mean it's not off by a lot, though.

Could you post a picture? It would really help folks here who are more knowledgeable to give advice when they can see a close-up and a whole-plant view of what's happening.
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