This is my first garden, I think this is a cantaloupe plant though do to a mix up when we started I am not sure. The leaves on this plant are getting spotty, was wondering if this is normal or do I have problems?
i would try spraying neem oil for organic or Daconil for the strong stuff but usually u have to start early imo. next year spray ur plants once a week before any symptoms. i also trellis my melon off the ground trying to reduce funghi as well. ur plant should grow and produce fruit so dont worry about it.
Jim41 wrote:I'm not in this discussion except to say that Farmerdill is one of the most knowledgable guys on the forums. I'd go with him.
I always pegged Farmerdill for a woman, because I like to believe women are smarter! Its the california feminist blood in me I suppose? When my veggies grow I feel like I'm wonder woman and I can fly invisible jets.
I came here searching for information about my zucchini leaves never having grown them before. Seems they are pretty normal. I am getting lots of flowers but i see no sign of any fruiting. I have lots of bees around my garden so wouldn't have thought pollination would be a problem. Any advice?
Your zucchini is a vine? or one plant that stretches out? Your picture shows a vine like a cucumber, winter squash. Do you know? which plant you planted? we are curious to know the plants name as well.
What picture? I don't see a picture other then the one that is 21/2 yrs old.
Busso your plant is probably putting on male blossoms, they usually do that first. The female flowers have a little fruit behind the flower. If you look for it you'll see it. When they get pollinated the fruit matures and the flower falls off.
I thought you were talking to Busso, the person who posted right above you. For my life I couldn't find a picture. Lol Even tho their post is current they didn't have a picture, that was FD 21/2 yrs ago. Hehe