Anyone have any ideas on why the leaves of my sugar snap peas are all curled like this?  The plants seem healthy otherwise and I'm getting a decent crop but I'm just wondering why they all look like this.

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Comment by Kate on August 12, 2016 at 21:01
Thanks guys, I hope it isn't herbicide drift. I'll ask my neighbours. Im wondering if it might be poor drainage and therefore too wet? Who knows, it's trial and error this gardening business isn't it?
Comment by Lyn Buffett on August 12, 2016 at 12:29

Might be herbicide damage.  Even if you don't use herbicide it could be from spray drift from your neighbour, residue in the soil or on imported mulch (sugarcane??).  Click on this link Curled leaves on pea

Comment by Shayne Meibusch on August 12, 2016 at 8:48
It could be spider mites or thrips. Have a very close look at some leaves and see if you see any insects on them

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