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bmoore713
Jun 11, 2020 1:52 PM CST
My squash leaves started turning yellow. Some leaves underneath look dead. The yellow leaves are limp and not as sturdy as the green leaves. What could this be?
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gardenfish
Jun 11, 2020 4:34 PM CST
Welcome! wow, I'm sorry, just not sure. If the soil is still moist, it could be a vine borer. I don't see any kind of disease. Have you seen any bugs? A vine borer could cause it to wilt like that. One day fine, the next day, gone. They usually kill the plant. I would go ahead and harvest the squash on it. Keep us up to date.
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