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May 23, 2020 11:03 AM CST
I planted my first garden this year. I transplanted my zucchini's (grown from seeds) outside 2 days ago after a week of hardening off. The edges of the oldest leaves are turning a brown/gray color and curling in. I did notice this happening while the plants were inside a tiny but, but didn't appear to be anything to worry about. But after transplanting them, the rate of curling and changing color has accelerated greatly. I tried to do some research but I am having trouble figuring out what it may be. Anyone have any ideas and/or how to resolve the issue?
May 23, 2020 12:00 PM CST
I don't see anything wrong with your zucchini. Its the new leaves that are important, not old ones.
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