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Jun 8, 2020 3:50 PM CST
Name: Herlindros
San Francisco, CA (Zone 10b)
Hi there,
I've spend the past week researching and comparing other images to identify what's wrong. The closest thing I could relate was leaf miner disease or sun damage, but not definitely sure. Does anyone know what's going on and what's causing it? It seems to be occurring in different container plants at different locations.

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RED CLOVER
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Jun 8, 2020 6:44 PM CST
Name: Daisy I
Reno, Nv (Zone 6b)
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Damage on one or two leaves is never a crisis. Its not leaf miners and I can't imagine you are getting sunburned plants in San Francisco (unless you live on the Bay side). It could be you let them get a wee bit too dry one day. Or the sun actually did shine. Or something ran in to it and damaged a leaf. Don't worry, they look good. And your beet has a bottom! More than I can say for mine. Smiling
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Jun 8, 2020 6:51 PM CST
Name: Herlindros
San Francisco, CA (Zone 10b)
I started freaking it out because I noticed these spots on different plants in different containers. So far I've harvested about 10 wonderful beets. Lord knows I've been babying all my crops as I learn some lessons this year. This is my 3rd year at gardening. Thank you for replying. Thumbs up
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