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Collard Leaves Turning Beige and Withering

I planted some Georgia collards and the leaves on some of the plants are turning beige and withering up. Do I cut off the leaf or leave it on the plant? Thanks.


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February 27, 20170 found this helpful

It sounds like your plants are struggling, posslby under some pest or disease. Here is a site that discusses different things you can do: https://www.pla  uses_propagation

the symptoms you describes sound like fungus: "Alternaria leaf spot FUNGUS
Alternaria spp.

Brown to tan concentric rings with yellow edges on leaves; centers of lesions developing gray to brown soft fungal mold; brown to black lesions with a black border on roots


Disease emergence favors warm, wet conditons


Plant only pathogen-free seed; rotate crops; applications of appropriate fungicides control disease when present"

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February 27, 20170 found this helpful

You may need to fertilize them.

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