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May 11, 2020 12:31 AM CST
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So I planted some butterhead lettuce seedlings which were were growing inside for about 5 weeks. I finally hardened them off and transplanted outside and they started getting brown/dark purle spots all over. The spots feel the exact same as the rest of the leaves though, they don't feel dry or leathery/papery. They seem fully healthy aside from this. The only thing I added to the soil was some almost finished (maybe at 85%) but nothing else. I planted both seedlings 2 weeks apart, and as soon as I transplant and they start to settle, the spots begin to form.

I'm sort of new to this and this is my first time planting lettuce, if anyone know what is happening, please let me know, is it edible still?

These are the pics of both seedlings before and after.

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