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Joined: 29/11/20 Updated: 29/11/20 Frost:
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Phalsa 6/10

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Update: 1267 days 5hrs

Planted: 2020

Height 40 Centimetres

Growing: In a Pot

Sun/Shade: Full Sun

Water Given in: Spring

Spring

Pollination: No

Fertiliser or Organics Used: Rose

Pest Control:

None used as there are no sign of leaves being chewed or damaged by pests.

Question:

Two Phalsa plants from Daleys (Pot: 0.75L; Height: 30-40cm) were planted in Mar-2020. One in a large pot and another in a big raised bed. Both lost all leaves by Jun but the leaves started to come back in Sep.

The Phalsa in the pot had three or four new 30-40 cm long branches with plenty of healthy leaves on all branches (old and new) but the plant in the ground had no new branches, dried and dead old branches and only few tiny leaves near the soil line.

In Oct, fearing its death, I transplanted the second Phalsa (in raised bed) back into a pot. Today (29-Nov-20) It is still alive but with only a few new tiny leaves.

Could it be due to white curly grubs I have in my raised bed?

Any suggestion will be welcomed.


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