I think my broad beans are bung. I may need to translate here - in Australian English, bung means, 'stuffed', 'broken', 'had it', 'bad' or another 'b' word which is also a very Australian word for broken but which some find offensive. It's a word I love except when it might apply to my vegetables!
What's wrong? Well my entire crop of broad beans are displaying curled leaves. (Please forget/forgive the weeds, it's a consequence of using sheep manure!)
At first I thought the rolled leaves a result of a little frost bite, but then today I took a closer look. Here is a close up - the underside of the leaves seem to have a texture to them.
I cannot see any insect pest at all.
Anyone know what the story is here? Are my broad beans bung? Do I need to destroy them? Or will they produce? Should I plough them in as a green manure?
How are your broad beans? Are they bung or just fine?