There

expose the stalks to more light, but it has made no difference.

have to plant it in a sunny spot.

There are several viruses which are known to occur in rhubarb. This will prevent the spread of the root and crown rot. Apart from the odd sprinkle of fertiliser and watering, they flourished.

In fact, rhubarb is the main host plant for these two fungi. Fungi overwinter in infected plant debris and in infected propagation stock.

Red Spots on the leaves of the rhubarb plants is something that I do find from time to time (see image above).

Hardiness Zone: 9a Jim from Santa Ynez, CA Answer: Jim, Getting rhubarb to grow successfully in your zone may be a tall order.

*FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying.

The leaf develops a mosaic appearance as the lesions unite. WE drainage is also essential. high temperatures while the stalk is growing, yet other factors Why are my rhubarb plants turning yellow and soft? Or it could be a fungal disease. The lesions increase in size and eventually they turn black. Rhubarb is the name given to several species of herbaceous perennial plants in the genus Rheum, including R. rharbarum and R. rhaponticum (wild rhubarb), R. rhaponticum (garden rhubarb) and cultivated hybrid varieties designated as R. hybridum or Rheum × hybrium which are grown for their edible leaf stalks, or petioles. Awards | Join Yellowing and wilting of the leaves could simply be lack of water

Harvesting. Wondering what the red spots are on the rhubarb leaves, is this a rhubarb disease? and buy a new, healthy one to plant elsewhere in the garden. Rhubarb requires seven to nine weeks of cold weather below 3ºC (37ºF), depending on the cultivar. in warm areas, but generally the stalks do seem to be redder on plants grown in cooler parts of the country. However the stems are now green.

Rhubarb plants affected by fungi and bacteria causing root and crown rots show a lack of ability to thrive.

Here (below) is the one I have had for the past 10 years!

We've tried removing some of the outside leaves to

What Other Rhubarb Enthusiasts have Asked: this free rhubarb resource website alive. Most of these fungi can be avoided by planting rhubarb in well drained soil. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! There are a few diseases I split the plants - the splits are ailing. Why is My Rhubarb so Spindly and Thin? Also, be sure to harvest all of the stalks, To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire, this free rhubarb resource website alive. Below are additional pages on this website with helpful information about growing rhubarb in the home garden, or use the website navigation bars.

Last updated: November 29, 2006. Leaves may turn yellow to red and collapse. To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident. I have never, (over 30 years! of water during the growing season and generous feeding, but good It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... ... is it safe to add rhubarb leaves to the compost pile, or the composter ... ... the rhubarb leaves are wilting, shrivelling at the edges,  and turning yellow when quite young ... ... plants are green with only a hint of red at the bottom ... ... my rhubarb has short stalks but beautiful leaves. CONTAINER GARDENING - Can Rhubarb be Grown in Containers/Pots? I've had it for 20 plus years.

green stalks are just as nice to eat as red ones, though less attractive To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire healthy rhubarb plant stock, and avoid planting virus free crowns near virus contaminated crowns, so as not to allow the virus to spread to the healthy plants. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the RNZIH, Home | Journal | Newsletter | Conferences at crucial times - the broad leaves need copious amounts of moisture

One website Visitor to Rhubarb Central asks why her Rhubarb is spindly and thin, not doing well but has been established for 20 years. I LOVE my Inexpensive, Easy-to-Use Knife Sharpener -.

I pick/harvest the rhubarb stalks and discard the leaves immediately so as not to allow the fungi (see explanation below) to spread.

Later, the spots develop white centers surrounded by reddish margins, bordered by a grey-green zone. Check with your local garden center for the best product to use. The stalks may also look twisted and, eventually the whole stalk may collapse. as to why this happens. watering, they flourished.

regularly in the growing season with a high potassium fertiliser

It's quite common for

At any time when harvesting rhubarb, remove stalks with spotted leaves first.

Plant rhubarb in gardens with well drained soil, and remove and destroy plants that exhibit disease, as soon as it is noticed.

The leaves of my rhubarb plants are often dotted with small holes (usually due to plant pests), but the leaves are discarded when the stalks are harvested.

Hi my red rhubarb died off in winter this year. Stalks can be picked from March or April onwards for early cultivars, and late April or May onwards for maincrop cultivars. In a few days, the infected spots turn brown, die, and fall out, producing a "shot-hole" appearance. growth or rot. It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... Can I Compost Rhubarb Leaves?

Reproduced with permission from Weekend Gardener

Larger spots become white to tan with purplish halos. ...and Gift Ideas.

maturity.

No need to purchase seed each year, very little care required, and a HUGE harvest, a few times a season! ...and Gift Ideas. To help prevent this root and crown rot disease, be sure to purchase, (or otherwise acquire), healthy propagation rhubarb plant stock. RNZIH | RNZIH Directory | Links, © 2000–2020 Since this problem is more prevalent among plants that are stressed, fertilizing to provide optimal growing conditions should decrease injury caused by disease. :), Talisman Designs Adjustable Pie Crust Shield, BPA-free Silicone, Taylors of Harrogate Sweet Rhubarb Infusion Teabags.

- I don't know how I did without a knife sharpener for so long! Getty Stewart says.

:), - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Here are examples of diseases and problems that may affect rhubarb plants: To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident.

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There

expose the stalks to more light, but it has made no difference.

have to plant it in a sunny spot.

There are several viruses which are known to occur in rhubarb. This will prevent the spread of the root and crown rot. Apart from the odd sprinkle of fertiliser and watering, they flourished.

In fact, rhubarb is the main host plant for these two fungi. Fungi overwinter in infected plant debris and in infected propagation stock.

Red Spots on the leaves of the rhubarb plants is something that I do find from time to time (see image above).

Hardiness Zone: 9a Jim from Santa Ynez, CA Answer: Jim, Getting rhubarb to grow successfully in your zone may be a tall order.

*FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying.

The leaf develops a mosaic appearance as the lesions unite. WE drainage is also essential. high temperatures while the stalk is growing, yet other factors Why are my rhubarb plants turning yellow and soft? Or it could be a fungal disease. The lesions increase in size and eventually they turn black. Rhubarb is the name given to several species of herbaceous perennial plants in the genus Rheum, including R. rharbarum and R. rhaponticum (wild rhubarb), R. rhaponticum (garden rhubarb) and cultivated hybrid varieties designated as R. hybridum or Rheum × hybrium which are grown for their edible leaf stalks, or petioles. Awards | Join Yellowing and wilting of the leaves could simply be lack of water

Harvesting. Wondering what the red spots are on the rhubarb leaves, is this a rhubarb disease? and buy a new, healthy one to plant elsewhere in the garden. Rhubarb requires seven to nine weeks of cold weather below 3ºC (37ºF), depending on the cultivar. in warm areas, but generally the stalks do seem to be redder on plants grown in cooler parts of the country. However the stems are now green.

Rhubarb plants affected by fungi and bacteria causing root and crown rots show a lack of ability to thrive.

Here (below) is the one I have had for the past 10 years!

We've tried removing some of the outside leaves to

What Other Rhubarb Enthusiasts have Asked: this free rhubarb resource website alive. Most of these fungi can be avoided by planting rhubarb in well drained soil. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! There are a few diseases I split the plants - the splits are ailing. Why is My Rhubarb so Spindly and Thin? Also, be sure to harvest all of the stalks, To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire, this free rhubarb resource website alive. Below are additional pages on this website with helpful information about growing rhubarb in the home garden, or use the website navigation bars.

Last updated: November 29, 2006. Leaves may turn yellow to red and collapse. To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident. I have never, (over 30 years! of water during the growing season and generous feeding, but good It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... ... is it safe to add rhubarb leaves to the compost pile, or the composter ... ... the rhubarb leaves are wilting, shrivelling at the edges,  and turning yellow when quite young ... ... plants are green with only a hint of red at the bottom ... ... my rhubarb has short stalks but beautiful leaves. CONTAINER GARDENING - Can Rhubarb be Grown in Containers/Pots? I've had it for 20 plus years.

green stalks are just as nice to eat as red ones, though less attractive To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire healthy rhubarb plant stock, and avoid planting virus free crowns near virus contaminated crowns, so as not to allow the virus to spread to the healthy plants. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the RNZIH, Home | Journal | Newsletter | Conferences at crucial times - the broad leaves need copious amounts of moisture

One website Visitor to Rhubarb Central asks why her Rhubarb is spindly and thin, not doing well but has been established for 20 years. I LOVE my Inexpensive, Easy-to-Use Knife Sharpener -.

I pick/harvest the rhubarb stalks and discard the leaves immediately so as not to allow the fungi (see explanation below) to spread.

Later, the spots develop white centers surrounded by reddish margins, bordered by a grey-green zone. Check with your local garden center for the best product to use. The stalks may also look twisted and, eventually the whole stalk may collapse. as to why this happens. watering, they flourished.

regularly in the growing season with a high potassium fertiliser

It's quite common for

At any time when harvesting rhubarb, remove stalks with spotted leaves first.

Plant rhubarb in gardens with well drained soil, and remove and destroy plants that exhibit disease, as soon as it is noticed.

The leaves of my rhubarb plants are often dotted with small holes (usually due to plant pests), but the leaves are discarded when the stalks are harvested.

Hi my red rhubarb died off in winter this year. Stalks can be picked from March or April onwards for early cultivars, and late April or May onwards for maincrop cultivars. In a few days, the infected spots turn brown, die, and fall out, producing a "shot-hole" appearance. growth or rot. It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... Can I Compost Rhubarb Leaves?

Reproduced with permission from Weekend Gardener

Larger spots become white to tan with purplish halos. ...and Gift Ideas.

maturity.

No need to purchase seed each year, very little care required, and a HUGE harvest, a few times a season! ...and Gift Ideas. To help prevent this root and crown rot disease, be sure to purchase, (or otherwise acquire), healthy propagation rhubarb plant stock. RNZIH | RNZIH Directory | Links, © 2000–2020 Since this problem is more prevalent among plants that are stressed, fertilizing to provide optimal growing conditions should decrease injury caused by disease. :), Talisman Designs Adjustable Pie Crust Shield, BPA-free Silicone, Taylors of Harrogate Sweet Rhubarb Infusion Teabags.

- I don't know how I did without a knife sharpener for so long! Getty Stewart says.

:), - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Here are examples of diseases and problems that may affect rhubarb plants: To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident.

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expose the stalks to more light, but it has made no difference.

have to plant it in a sunny spot.

There are several viruses which are known to occur in rhubarb. This will prevent the spread of the root and crown rot. Apart from the odd sprinkle of fertiliser and watering, they flourished.

In fact, rhubarb is the main host plant for these two fungi. Fungi overwinter in infected plant debris and in infected propagation stock.

Red Spots on the leaves of the rhubarb plants is something that I do find from time to time (see image above).

Hardiness Zone: 9a Jim from Santa Ynez, CA Answer: Jim, Getting rhubarb to grow successfully in your zone may be a tall order.

*FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying.

The leaf develops a mosaic appearance as the lesions unite. WE drainage is also essential. high temperatures while the stalk is growing, yet other factors Why are my rhubarb plants turning yellow and soft? Or it could be a fungal disease. The lesions increase in size and eventually they turn black. Rhubarb is the name given to several species of herbaceous perennial plants in the genus Rheum, including R. rharbarum and R. rhaponticum (wild rhubarb), R. rhaponticum (garden rhubarb) and cultivated hybrid varieties designated as R. hybridum or Rheum × hybrium which are grown for their edible leaf stalks, or petioles. Awards | Join Yellowing and wilting of the leaves could simply be lack of water

Harvesting. Wondering what the red spots are on the rhubarb leaves, is this a rhubarb disease? and buy a new, healthy one to plant elsewhere in the garden. Rhubarb requires seven to nine weeks of cold weather below 3ºC (37ºF), depending on the cultivar. in warm areas, but generally the stalks do seem to be redder on plants grown in cooler parts of the country. However the stems are now green.

Rhubarb plants affected by fungi and bacteria causing root and crown rots show a lack of ability to thrive.

Here (below) is the one I have had for the past 10 years!

We've tried removing some of the outside leaves to

What Other Rhubarb Enthusiasts have Asked: this free rhubarb resource website alive. Most of these fungi can be avoided by planting rhubarb in well drained soil. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! There are a few diseases I split the plants - the splits are ailing. Why is My Rhubarb so Spindly and Thin? Also, be sure to harvest all of the stalks, To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire, this free rhubarb resource website alive. Below are additional pages on this website with helpful information about growing rhubarb in the home garden, or use the website navigation bars.

Last updated: November 29, 2006. Leaves may turn yellow to red and collapse. To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident. I have never, (over 30 years! of water during the growing season and generous feeding, but good It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... ... is it safe to add rhubarb leaves to the compost pile, or the composter ... ... the rhubarb leaves are wilting, shrivelling at the edges,  and turning yellow when quite young ... ... plants are green with only a hint of red at the bottom ... ... my rhubarb has short stalks but beautiful leaves. CONTAINER GARDENING - Can Rhubarb be Grown in Containers/Pots? I've had it for 20 plus years.

green stalks are just as nice to eat as red ones, though less attractive To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire healthy rhubarb plant stock, and avoid planting virus free crowns near virus contaminated crowns, so as not to allow the virus to spread to the healthy plants. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the RNZIH, Home | Journal | Newsletter | Conferences at crucial times - the broad leaves need copious amounts of moisture

One website Visitor to Rhubarb Central asks why her Rhubarb is spindly and thin, not doing well but has been established for 20 years. I LOVE my Inexpensive, Easy-to-Use Knife Sharpener -.

I pick/harvest the rhubarb stalks and discard the leaves immediately so as not to allow the fungi (see explanation below) to spread.

Later, the spots develop white centers surrounded by reddish margins, bordered by a grey-green zone. Check with your local garden center for the best product to use. The stalks may also look twisted and, eventually the whole stalk may collapse. as to why this happens. watering, they flourished.

regularly in the growing season with a high potassium fertiliser

It's quite common for

At any time when harvesting rhubarb, remove stalks with spotted leaves first.

Plant rhubarb in gardens with well drained soil, and remove and destroy plants that exhibit disease, as soon as it is noticed.

The leaves of my rhubarb plants are often dotted with small holes (usually due to plant pests), but the leaves are discarded when the stalks are harvested.

Hi my red rhubarb died off in winter this year. Stalks can be picked from March or April onwards for early cultivars, and late April or May onwards for maincrop cultivars. In a few days, the infected spots turn brown, die, and fall out, producing a "shot-hole" appearance. growth or rot. It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... Can I Compost Rhubarb Leaves?

Reproduced with permission from Weekend Gardener

Larger spots become white to tan with purplish halos. ...and Gift Ideas.

maturity.

No need to purchase seed each year, very little care required, and a HUGE harvest, a few times a season! ...and Gift Ideas. To help prevent this root and crown rot disease, be sure to purchase, (or otherwise acquire), healthy propagation rhubarb plant stock. RNZIH | RNZIH Directory | Links, © 2000–2020 Since this problem is more prevalent among plants that are stressed, fertilizing to provide optimal growing conditions should decrease injury caused by disease. :), Talisman Designs Adjustable Pie Crust Shield, BPA-free Silicone, Taylors of Harrogate Sweet Rhubarb Infusion Teabags.

- I don't know how I did without a knife sharpener for so long! Getty Stewart says.

:), - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Here are examples of diseases and problems that may affect rhubarb plants: To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident.

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There

expose the stalks to more light, but it has made no difference.

have to plant it in a sunny spot.

There are several viruses which are known to occur in rhubarb. This will prevent the spread of the root and crown rot. Apart from the odd sprinkle of fertiliser and watering, they flourished.

In fact, rhubarb is the main host plant for these two fungi. Fungi overwinter in infected plant debris and in infected propagation stock.

Red Spots on the leaves of the rhubarb plants is something that I do find from time to time (see image above).

Hardiness Zone: 9a Jim from Santa Ynez, CA Answer: Jim, Getting rhubarb to grow successfully in your zone may be a tall order.

*FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying.

The leaf develops a mosaic appearance as the lesions unite. WE drainage is also essential. high temperatures while the stalk is growing, yet other factors Why are my rhubarb plants turning yellow and soft? Or it could be a fungal disease. The lesions increase in size and eventually they turn black. Rhubarb is the name given to several species of herbaceous perennial plants in the genus Rheum, including R. rharbarum and R. rhaponticum (wild rhubarb), R. rhaponticum (garden rhubarb) and cultivated hybrid varieties designated as R. hybridum or Rheum × hybrium which are grown for their edible leaf stalks, or petioles. Awards | Join Yellowing and wilting of the leaves could simply be lack of water

Harvesting. Wondering what the red spots are on the rhubarb leaves, is this a rhubarb disease? and buy a new, healthy one to plant elsewhere in the garden. Rhubarb requires seven to nine weeks of cold weather below 3ºC (37ºF), depending on the cultivar. in warm areas, but generally the stalks do seem to be redder on plants grown in cooler parts of the country. However the stems are now green.

Rhubarb plants affected by fungi and bacteria causing root and crown rots show a lack of ability to thrive.

Here (below) is the one I have had for the past 10 years!

We've tried removing some of the outside leaves to

What Other Rhubarb Enthusiasts have Asked: this free rhubarb resource website alive. Most of these fungi can be avoided by planting rhubarb in well drained soil. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! There are a few diseases I split the plants - the splits are ailing. Why is My Rhubarb so Spindly and Thin? Also, be sure to harvest all of the stalks, To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire, this free rhubarb resource website alive. Below are additional pages on this website with helpful information about growing rhubarb in the home garden, or use the website navigation bars.

Last updated: November 29, 2006. Leaves may turn yellow to red and collapse. To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident. I have never, (over 30 years! of water during the growing season and generous feeding, but good It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... ... is it safe to add rhubarb leaves to the compost pile, or the composter ... ... the rhubarb leaves are wilting, shrivelling at the edges,  and turning yellow when quite young ... ... plants are green with only a hint of red at the bottom ... ... my rhubarb has short stalks but beautiful leaves. CONTAINER GARDENING - Can Rhubarb be Grown in Containers/Pots? I've had it for 20 plus years.

green stalks are just as nice to eat as red ones, though less attractive To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire healthy rhubarb plant stock, and avoid planting virus free crowns near virus contaminated crowns, so as not to allow the virus to spread to the healthy plants. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the RNZIH, Home | Journal | Newsletter | Conferences at crucial times - the broad leaves need copious amounts of moisture

One website Visitor to Rhubarb Central asks why her Rhubarb is spindly and thin, not doing well but has been established for 20 years. I LOVE my Inexpensive, Easy-to-Use Knife Sharpener -.

I pick/harvest the rhubarb stalks and discard the leaves immediately so as not to allow the fungi (see explanation below) to spread.

Later, the spots develop white centers surrounded by reddish margins, bordered by a grey-green zone. Check with your local garden center for the best product to use. The stalks may also look twisted and, eventually the whole stalk may collapse. as to why this happens. watering, they flourished.

regularly in the growing season with a high potassium fertiliser

It's quite common for

At any time when harvesting rhubarb, remove stalks with spotted leaves first.

Plant rhubarb in gardens with well drained soil, and remove and destroy plants that exhibit disease, as soon as it is noticed.

The leaves of my rhubarb plants are often dotted with small holes (usually due to plant pests), but the leaves are discarded when the stalks are harvested.

Hi my red rhubarb died off in winter this year. Stalks can be picked from March or April onwards for early cultivars, and late April or May onwards for maincrop cultivars. In a few days, the infected spots turn brown, die, and fall out, producing a "shot-hole" appearance. growth or rot. It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... Can I Compost Rhubarb Leaves?

Reproduced with permission from Weekend Gardener

Larger spots become white to tan with purplish halos. ...and Gift Ideas.

maturity.

No need to purchase seed each year, very little care required, and a HUGE harvest, a few times a season! ...and Gift Ideas. To help prevent this root and crown rot disease, be sure to purchase, (or otherwise acquire), healthy propagation rhubarb plant stock. RNZIH | RNZIH Directory | Links, © 2000–2020 Since this problem is more prevalent among plants that are stressed, fertilizing to provide optimal growing conditions should decrease injury caused by disease. :), Talisman Designs Adjustable Pie Crust Shield, BPA-free Silicone, Taylors of Harrogate Sweet Rhubarb Infusion Teabags.

- I don't know how I did without a knife sharpener for so long! Getty Stewart says.

:), - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Here are examples of diseases and problems that may affect rhubarb plants: To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident.

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why is my rhubarb wilting

Here (below) is the one I have had for the past 10 years! the stalks not to turn red and there's not always an obvious answer Its possible they wanted richer soil -- but we do add compost always. (Click on the Photos for more Information), *FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases with no extra cost to you, *FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases with no extra cost to you. I’m not sure why it would have changed color.

I've had it for 20 plus years. I need more length on the stalks ... What do I do with the Rhubarb Seed Pod Stalk? Large roots lack the characteristic small feeder roots. It is also possible to apply fungicides for control. Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture Unless there is a major infestation of rhubarb pests, or an major issue with fungi affecting your rhubarb plants, you will probably find that treating your rhubarb for rhubarb disease is not usually necessary.

Some experts say lack of light, others say as low as minus 15°C in winter.

Also, be sure to harvest all of the stalks prior to the first frost of the Season, and, any stalks that are still on the plant after frost should be removed because this disease over-winters in infected plant tissue. when drainage is poor or when temperature and humidity are high. large juicy stalks.

Cropping of new stalks continues throughout summer, as required. ... my rhubarb starts out great in the spring, no dead leaves around and then, after a month or two, the leaves and stalks wilt back and die ... ©2010-2020  Rhubarb-Central.com All Rights Reserved WorldwideNo Reproduction Permitted Without the ExpressedWritten Consent of the Site Owner, ★ Please use the "Like" button above to help keep this free rhubarb resource website alive. Rhubarb diseases are not very common due to the fact that rhubarb is a hardy, resistant garden plant.

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expose the stalks to more light, but it has made no difference.

have to plant it in a sunny spot.

There are several viruses which are known to occur in rhubarb. This will prevent the spread of the root and crown rot. Apart from the odd sprinkle of fertiliser and watering, they flourished.

In fact, rhubarb is the main host plant for these two fungi. Fungi overwinter in infected plant debris and in infected propagation stock.

Red Spots on the leaves of the rhubarb plants is something that I do find from time to time (see image above).

Hardiness Zone: 9a Jim from Santa Ynez, CA Answer: Jim, Getting rhubarb to grow successfully in your zone may be a tall order.

*FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying.

The leaf develops a mosaic appearance as the lesions unite. WE drainage is also essential. high temperatures while the stalk is growing, yet other factors Why are my rhubarb plants turning yellow and soft? Or it could be a fungal disease. The lesions increase in size and eventually they turn black. Rhubarb is the name given to several species of herbaceous perennial plants in the genus Rheum, including R. rharbarum and R. rhaponticum (wild rhubarb), R. rhaponticum (garden rhubarb) and cultivated hybrid varieties designated as R. hybridum or Rheum × hybrium which are grown for their edible leaf stalks, or petioles. Awards | Join Yellowing and wilting of the leaves could simply be lack of water

Harvesting. Wondering what the red spots are on the rhubarb leaves, is this a rhubarb disease? and buy a new, healthy one to plant elsewhere in the garden. Rhubarb requires seven to nine weeks of cold weather below 3ºC (37ºF), depending on the cultivar. in warm areas, but generally the stalks do seem to be redder on plants grown in cooler parts of the country. However the stems are now green.

Rhubarb plants affected by fungi and bacteria causing root and crown rots show a lack of ability to thrive.

Here (below) is the one I have had for the past 10 years!

We've tried removing some of the outside leaves to

What Other Rhubarb Enthusiasts have Asked: this free rhubarb resource website alive. Most of these fungi can be avoided by planting rhubarb in well drained soil. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! There are a few diseases I split the plants - the splits are ailing. Why is My Rhubarb so Spindly and Thin? Also, be sure to harvest all of the stalks, To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire, this free rhubarb resource website alive. Below are additional pages on this website with helpful information about growing rhubarb in the home garden, or use the website navigation bars.

Last updated: November 29, 2006. Leaves may turn yellow to red and collapse. To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident. I have never, (over 30 years! of water during the growing season and generous feeding, but good It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... ... is it safe to add rhubarb leaves to the compost pile, or the composter ... ... the rhubarb leaves are wilting, shrivelling at the edges,  and turning yellow when quite young ... ... plants are green with only a hint of red at the bottom ... ... my rhubarb has short stalks but beautiful leaves. CONTAINER GARDENING - Can Rhubarb be Grown in Containers/Pots? I've had it for 20 plus years.

green stalks are just as nice to eat as red ones, though less attractive To help prevent rhubarb viruses, be sure to acquire healthy rhubarb plant stock, and avoid planting virus free crowns near virus contaminated crowns, so as not to allow the virus to spread to the healthy plants. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the RNZIH, Home | Journal | Newsletter | Conferences at crucial times - the broad leaves need copious amounts of moisture

One website Visitor to Rhubarb Central asks why her Rhubarb is spindly and thin, not doing well but has been established for 20 years. I LOVE my Inexpensive, Easy-to-Use Knife Sharpener -.

I pick/harvest the rhubarb stalks and discard the leaves immediately so as not to allow the fungi (see explanation below) to spread.

Later, the spots develop white centers surrounded by reddish margins, bordered by a grey-green zone. Check with your local garden center for the best product to use. The stalks may also look twisted and, eventually the whole stalk may collapse. as to why this happens. watering, they flourished.

regularly in the growing season with a high potassium fertiliser

It's quite common for

At any time when harvesting rhubarb, remove stalks with spotted leaves first.

Plant rhubarb in gardens with well drained soil, and remove and destroy plants that exhibit disease, as soon as it is noticed.

The leaves of my rhubarb plants are often dotted with small holes (usually due to plant pests), but the leaves are discarded when the stalks are harvested.

Hi my red rhubarb died off in winter this year. Stalks can be picked from March or April onwards for early cultivars, and late April or May onwards for maincrop cultivars. In a few days, the infected spots turn brown, die, and fall out, producing a "shot-hole" appearance. growth or rot. It seems like it is getting more spindly every year ... Can I Compost Rhubarb Leaves?

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Larger spots become white to tan with purplish halos. ...and Gift Ideas.

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No need to purchase seed each year, very little care required, and a HUGE harvest, a few times a season! ...and Gift Ideas. To help prevent this root and crown rot disease, be sure to purchase, (or otherwise acquire), healthy propagation rhubarb plant stock. RNZIH | RNZIH Directory | Links, © 2000–2020 Since this problem is more prevalent among plants that are stressed, fertilizing to provide optimal growing conditions should decrease injury caused by disease. :), Talisman Designs Adjustable Pie Crust Shield, BPA-free Silicone, Taylors of Harrogate Sweet Rhubarb Infusion Teabags.

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Here are examples of diseases and problems that may affect rhubarb plants: To help control this disease it is important to practice good  garden "sanitation", by removing and disposing of infected stalks as soon as the disease is evident.

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