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Thanks Michael, I'll have to check this out. The retired county agent here told me that about my water. Guess I'll stick to rainwater from now on. My blueberries do seem to be doing well however. They are planted in pure sphagnum moss in containers so the "soil" is pretty acidic now. Will be adding mulch soon.
Leiliani, ref. MIko/punctuation. I know Miko is doing the best she can. Also understand about punctuation. I think Miko is using a comma when she means a period and that gets us confused. I started reading her posts as if her commas are periods and that has helped me understand sometimes. Usually I'm able to figure out what she's saying if I work a little on it. LOL Hope all off you have a great week. Hopefully we'll get a little rain tomorrow. Really, really need it.
It's somewhat difficult to visualize what Miko is describing as "turned to a ball" but we know that fusarium causing basal rot can make the growth appear abnormal at times. Tell-tale of fusarium in garlic is wilting and off color new growth above ground.
Miko, Not too sure about rasberries but blueberries need acidic soil and water. My soil is fine but if I water them with my well water they will die because my water is alkaline. I catch rainwater or let my tapwater sit for several days before I use it. You should check both your soil and water for it's acidic content. May be the reason you're having trouble.
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