Hi all, this is my first post here.
This is my third year gardening, and the second year in my raised bed. So I'm a newbie. Last year was the first year with a raised bed. I bought some triple mix, and it was quite dead, so I used granular chemical fertilizer that year. Results were OK, but as great as hoped. To help liven-up the soil, I raked in some seeweed compost overtop (1/2 inch) last fall.
I purchase most of my seedlings from the nursery, including the eggplant. It seemed to be doing ok, but everything was growing quite slowly. I didn't think the soil was ready yet. So I hand-watered the plants with some semi-organic liquit fertilizer at 13-13-13 to give them a jumpstart.
It's after that (coincidence?) that I noticed the eggplant leaves curling up. Everything else is doing fine (especially my tomatoes). Notice that the bottom leaves are wilting. Another possibility is over-watering which is happening because of the carrot seeds I have been trying to "pop". I just used the automatic watering system I put in - everything got watered more.
Anybody know what's causing this, and what I should do? I don't see any insects on it.