Is this septoria or something else?

mamawolfe(8)April 17, 2013

They were transplanted outside about a week ago and in the last couple of days I have noticed these 'lacy' spots/holes. When I first started looking it up I thought it must be septoria, but now I'm not sure. From what I've read so far, septoria comes on after fruit, is that correct? These plants are new and only have a few leaves so far. In case you can't tell, this is my very first garden. I have ABSOLUTELY no idea what I'm doing, so any advice would be appreciated, even if you think it's very elementary advice. That's about my level :)

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mamawolfe(8)

sorry, forgot to post picture....

    Bookmark   April 17, 2013 at 12:10AM
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