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May 6, 2020 8:50 AM CST
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Name: Brandon
Florida (Zone 9b)
Hello, I started getting into gardening the previous few months. I built two raised garden beds because the ground soil where I live is very poor.

Anyway, I planted three garden bean plants into one of the raised beds and the middle plant (3 rows in each bed) is developing a white patch in the middle of the leaf? It's becoming almost translucent. Thinking

What could this be? Mold? Blight?
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May 6, 2020 12:30 PM CST
Name: Paul Fish
Brownville, Nebraska (Zone 5b)
Looks like sun scald. Unless the color doesn't come across as really the actual color there may also be a lack of nutrients causing the light green. Some additional nitrogen may be necessary. I would add some of the blue powdered plant food to the next watering to see if the plants been up and look healthier.
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