sunnfarm at bellatlantic.net
Fri Jun 16 15:33:12 EDT 2000
I have noticed the curley types always seem to be shorter growers, parsley is a heavy
nitrogen feeder and alittle extra N after cutting should help, around here high temps
reduce plant height as does repeated cuttings, there are some local fields with white
areas on leaf margins said to be enviromental stress but I don't know the cause of your
foliage problem, Forest Green grows back good after cutting thats the only curly variety I
am familiar with, today the market is bringing a $1.00 a bunch wholesale.
I should be getting the IPM report for this week very soon and it usually includes parsley
if there is something there that may help you I will post it
Sunny Meadow Farm
Sue Oberle wrote:
> I'm stuped & hoping someone can help me out on this. My problem is curly
> parsley; & technically, there are two problems: stem length & a
> discoloration at the leaf tips.
> Everything starts out OK, but as the season progresses, stem length
> becomes shorter - so short that it's hard to bunch. Leaf tip margins are
> a reddish/tan.
> I've fertilized, increased water & am sure the plants haven't been
> vernalized. This is only happening w/ the curled varieties, the Italian
> flat leaf is OK. This is the 3rd year! I'm in Colorado, pH about 6.5.
> Serious gratitude for any help!
> Sue Oberle
> Oberle Botanical
> Fort Collins, Colorado
> eMail: soberle at bwn.net
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