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Grubs in Curry Plane

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Max00 starts with ...
I noticed the curry plant's leaves are turning yellow and drooping. In addition, I removed a couple of grubs from the pot. Although I had protected from frost, I would not say that I have protected the plant completely from rain, as it is kept in a semi sheltered area. What I should do to get rid of grubs without affecting plant. In addition, what I should do to make plant survive.
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10th September 2010 5:21pm
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msjekyll says...
I think curry plants are semi-deciduous depending upon where they are growing.
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anon says...
Snakes on a plane was scary, but grubs... I dont think it will catch on.
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