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white veins on squash plants

Posted by trivedi_south (My Page) on
Sun, May 15, 11 at 19:36

Hello All,
I have white (veins) on my squash leaves and it is not powdery mildew. It is internal to the leaves.
The squash is not growing in very sunny area (4 hours of sun) and it hasn't been too hot in GA (looks like more rain today)....not sure what the problem or deficiency is.

THanks in advance for all help.

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RE: white veins on squash plants

that's normal! It's the habit of the plant, and it looks just beautiful as the plant matures!!

RE: white veins on squash plants

Thank you GGG. I thought it was disease of some sort...that little patch is bit shady for my liking but had no place else to put the plant. I have only three plants this year (squash).

RE: white veins on squash plants

I know this was several years ago when this was last spoken about. Hopefully, someone is still following this post. My question is, did your squash look something like this? I am afraid of a nutrient deficiency. Btw, I am in Georgia myself.

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