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Placerville, CA
GardeningNinja
May 3, 2020 1:58 PM CST
Hi there! I recently had to toss 3 tomato plants because they had tomato Big Bud Disease (Phytoplasma). I'm a little paranoid that it's now affecting our cucumber plants! We do have leaf hoppers. I've attached pics of my cucumber plants. Does this look like normal new growth?? Can anyone please post pictures of their "normal" new growth?
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oneeyeluke
May 4, 2020 2:13 AM CST
I think you are alright, they just look like that when they start growing fast and are mature.
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Placerville, CA
GardeningNinja
May 5, 2020 9:37 AM CST
oneeyeluke said:I think you are alright, they just look like that when they start growing fast and are mature.
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Thank you! OK I am going to watch them longer and see what happens. I was about to pull them up after my tomatoes got sick,

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