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May 30, 2020 3:35 PM CST
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I had great starts, planted them in a mix of garden soil/regular dirt from my garden. They're in about 50-50 Full Sun-Partial Sun, in a raised pallet garden bed. Started off great, the started getting holes, and now are just being decimated. I will upload pictures to show.

I've already tried garlic/pepper sprays for insects, some Epsom salts in the soils, removed any weeds/vegetation around the planters, but it's only getting worse.

Anyone have any advice/recommendations?! I'd hate to lose a whole batch of veggies if it's something I can correct!
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