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Post  auntij on 5/21/2010, 9:50 pm

I was out weeding the other day when I noticed my spinach leaves had an odd color on a few leaves. I didn't think anything of it other than maybe a bird pooped on them (I get that A LOT) or it was from the rain we had just had the night before. Well today while checking on my spinach I noticed a bunch of it had wilted and for all intensive purposes died. It has been kind of scrawny, but I figured it was just the weather. Anyone have any ideas as to what could be wrong?


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Post  new2this on 5/22/2010, 11:12 am

we've just had a nie rain here too, so I haven't been out to completely inspect my veggies ( I usually do this everyday). But, I noticed (thru the window) that my spinach has the same thing on it...looks like birds have been there, but it's just whitish spots! Weird?!?


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Post  auntij on 5/22/2010, 11:32 am

I went out this morning and I am not sure but I think it is getting worse. I took a few pictures in hopes that someone would know what it is and how to solve the problem. I am concerned that the spinach that is coming up in my other box will end up the same way. It will be bad enough if I loose 9 squares but 17 would be horrible!


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