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  • Broad bean leaf gone black!

    I'm growing a broad bean for a school project (tallest wins) but theres a slight problem,
    its Quite high now and the leaves are turning black (only some) on the edges. Is it okay?

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    I suspect that it is simply succumbing to nature at the end of the growing season. can you let us see a photograph of the damage to the leaves please?

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    • #3
      Are they outside, under cover or inside? Where about are you based - if you're neighbours with AP you may well have had a nip of a frost, yet if you're further south it may be something else if you've not had a frost yet.

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      • #4
        Black leaves = touch of frost

        You may end up losing all the foliage. Cut off the burnt bits, more leaves will regrow (the root doesn't die from frost, not usually).
        All gardeners know better than other gardeners." -- Chinese Proverb.

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