- Aug 26, 2006
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I have just received a hundred one year old roth seedlings that arrived with clear circles on most of them, most tiny. I potted them up immediately. They began going from translucent to brown. On some plants the spots have dried up. On others it appears to be some type of bacterial infection, with the areas growing. I have been spraying with physan and keeping humid to avoid shocking the seedlings. I have cut some of the worst leaves back. I really hate doing it though. Any advice. Will these spots eventually dry out or will they kill the plants? I really would like to avoid soaking the whole plant in Physan to avoid killing any of the good bacteria. HOw aggressive should I be in cutting back leaves. Any input would be really appreciated.