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Old June 23, 2019   #1
SeanInVa
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This is affecting three Beefsteak plants I have in the greenhouse. I don't see this on any other plants despite close proximity. In fact these have been "rubbing elbows" with three Sweetie plants for a few weeks and the Sweetie plants seem fine. I was thinking perhaps TSWV, but it seems to be hitting the lower/middle leaves. Perhaps a nutrient issue?
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Old June 23, 2019   #2
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Just cut them off, the whole leaf.
Yes it is some sort of plague but not good at identifying the stuff.
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