Mint
Mints belong to the genus Mentha and comprise approximately 20 species in the plant family Lamiaceae and are growm for their leaves which are widely used as a flavoring. Mint...
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what are diseases of mint and how to cure them?

Mint    None Given.

What are the diseases of mint and how to cure them? I have catnip with leaves curling up .

Asked by: Leon Seidman (1 point)   Posted:June 9, 2017

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Diagnosis of yellow eggs/disease on mint

Mint    None Given.

This year my mint has become infected with a yellow disease. It could be rust but the leaves and stems are very noticeably deformed - much more so than any pictures I have seen...

Asked by: Rachel (1 point)   Posted:May 5, 2017

1 answer    243 views

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Can't grow Mint

Mint    Barbados [ caribbean ]

Just that I cannot get Mint to grow, I am trying to grow in a 6" PVC pipe. the first set I planted I know the soil was suspect so I changed it out, I put coconut fiber &...

Asked by: Alfred Hunte (1 point)   Posted:September 25, 2016

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Mint with white spots on leaves

Mint    Geneva, Switzerland

My mint starts to be full of clear spots on its leaves. Is this a disease or a nutrient deficiency? I have some thyme nearby with the same symptoms.

Asked by: Yannis (6 points)   Posted:July 23, 2016

3 answers    1800 views

Spider Mites - Can Use Plant?

Mint    Boyertown, PA

I have a very irritating infestation of spider mites. I had started my mint varieties indoors early spring before planting outside. In my plant room I had a spider mite...

Asked by: Ashleigh (1 point)   Posted:July 12, 2016

1 answer    969 views

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How to stop Black Peppermint foliage from turning green

Mint    None Given.

I bought a Black Peppermint plant a few weeks ago. It's very healthy but all the new growth is green rather than the purple-black foliage it had originally. Does anybody know...

Asked by: James Edwards (1 point)   Posted:June 17, 2016

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The pot with division I created with tiles and placed a bottle for size idea.
Growing mint with gomphrena amaranth.

Mint    Karachi, Pakistan

I have this large pot and I got this idea of growing spearmint (podina) with the gomphrena seeds that I have. I got gomphrena from the seed store after I asked what can I plant...

Asked by: Naveed (6 points)   Posted:May 20, 2016

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Mint plant fungus?

Mint    None Given.

I have no luck with plants: the ones I keep outside, on the balcony, always get aphides; the ones that I keep inside, in my room, alwasy develop this form of spots on the leafs...

Asked by: Alessia Versini Crepaz (1 point)   Posted:May 18, 2016

2 answers    966 views

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My mint is dying

Mint    None Given.

I can not see any insects on my mint plant. One died in just a few days. Now a second plant looks like it's starting down the same road.

Asked by: judy (1 point)   Posted:May 15, 2016

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Peppermint leaf
Brown spots and holes on leaves on my mint and basil plants

Mint    United States

Hello, I bought and planted some herbs in pots that I keep on my porch about 2 weeks ago. I am starting to see holes and brown spots on all of my plants: peppermint,...

Asked by: Monica (1 point)   Posted:May 19, 2015

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Odd white growth on mint

Mint    lohrville iowa

I found these strange white spots on my mint plants, are they harmful or removable or neutral?

Asked by: noah (1 point)   Posted:May 14, 2015

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close up of mint leaf with white spots
White spots and dead leaves on my mint

Mint    brooklyn, ny

I have white spots and dead leaves on my mint. I've sprayed with organic insecticide and funguscide and no difference. Any idea what it is? Any help will be greatly...

Asked by: michele (1 point)   Posted:August 10, 2014

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Mint seeds?
Could these be mint seeds?

Mint    None Given.

I was given a lot of different seeds last year and I stupidly did not label them. I have a feeling that these are mint seeds - can anyone confirm this ID? If not mint, then what...

Asked by: Susan Davis (1 point)   Posted:April 17, 2013

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