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8-steps to how to create your own sweet pea teepee:
Tip! If heavy rainfalls are expected close to planting time, start the seeds off in toilet paper rolls filled with damp seed raising mix. Don’t be tempted to water the seeds for a couple of days after sowing and only apply small amounts of water to keep the soil lightly moist. Once germinated, plant the toilet paper rolls containing the young plants directly where they are to grow and water in well.
Problem – Powdery Mildew:
Symptoms – White or ash-grey film that spreads over the upper surfaces of the sweet pea leaves, usually the older leaves.
Solution – Yates Rose Gun Spray Ready to Use
Problem – Snails and Slugs:
Symptoms – Silvery trails which can dry to appear like gold dust. Holes in leaves of plants and seedlings chewed off at the base
Solution – Yates Blitzem Slug & Snail Pellets
Problem – Thrips:
Symptoms – Thrips suck the sap, leaving a white mottled appearance on leaves.
Other symptoms include browning on petals and fruit and flower drop.
Solution – Yates Nature's Way Organic Citrus, Vegie & Ornamental Spray Ready to Use