May 20, 2011 · Pests and predators: Early spring often brings many young birds eager for food and they love the tops of pea and brassica seedlings so be aware of this and protect plants if necessary. Likewise, sudden increases of pest numbers such as aphids are often seen in late spring and early summer.
Sometimes you'll see water droplets form on the edge, tip, or the underside of leaves. This is not dew, which tends to occur mostly outdoors when the air is humid and the night cools off considerably. Dew comes from water condensing from the air and tends to form fairly evenly on the leaf's upper surface.
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Aug 24, 2008 · If it was water dripping from the ends, that's natural and nothing to worry about. It's a process called "guttation". Guttation is the appearance of drops of xylem sap on the tips or edges of leaves of some vascular plants, such as grasses. At night, transpiration usually does not occur because most plants have their stomata closed.