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Pepper plant leaves turn brown with white spots

Take a look at image number four at this site. I think this clearly resembles your photo. The conclusion is whiteflies From wiki: The eggs of Aleyrodidae generally are laid near each other on the ...
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What kind of pepper is this? Can't identify

Peppers pointing upward are often ornamental or chili peppers. Just a guess: Hungarian Yellow Wax Pepper It is rated to 5000-10000 Scoville heat units, so be careful when you taste it.
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Wondering what these patterns are on my pepper plants

It certainly looks like a mosaic virus. Common examples are Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV) and Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV). The CMV link says Pepper fruit may develop ringspotting Compare to this photo ...
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Time to stop watering tomatoes and peppers?

For tomatoes: You can safely stop watering your tomatoes. Watering twice (sometimes thrice) a week is the general recommendation for mature plants, I believe (so, if it rains sufficiently twice a week,...
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Can you guys help me diagnose these pepper leaves? Crinkly?

The way the leaves are curling up all around looks a lot like boron deficiency. That might just mean that the soil pH is too high, but it might mean your soil is low on boron. If you add boron, you ...
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Can you guys help me diagnose these pepper leaves? Crinkly?

Yes, it can be Calcium deficiency in the soil, but if you use a standard fertilizer it is not quite likely. Look carefully after any signs of diseases like mosaic pattern (virus), dark spots (fungus), ...
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Pepper plants are showing strange, deformed new growth, what could it be? Virus? Deficiency? Herbicide?

I CAN END THIS It's an old post but this was a hard one for me, so I sent information to my ag extension office at PENNState. Your pictures show a bad case of Tomato Bacterial Wilt. I'm battling it ...
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Can anyone identify this disease on carmen peppers?

Looks like Blossom-end rot is an abiotic disorder of peppers caused by calcium deficiency during fruit development. Image 2 to from this source
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What is plaguing my pepper plant?

Assuming not too much sun in combination with too much fertilizer, I suggest a likely reason could be Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV) or perhaps Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV) This is especially possible if ...
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