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why are my potato plants dying

I have 3 rows of potatoes, 1 row of Yukon Gold, 2 rows of New potatoes.  I live in SW Georgia.  Put them in the ground 3rd week of February, and they were thriving until about a week ago.  Leaves started yellowing and getting black spots on them.  I tried putting some diatomaceous earth on them yesterday.  Today they look awful, going down fast!  The plants are actually shriveling up and dying.  Help!!  What do I do?  It's been pretty hot, and the predicted rain didn't come today so now I have the sprinkler on them.  Ideas anyone?
asked May 11, 2013 by anonymous






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