I need garden advice ASAP!

I went to my garden today and I became soo sad >.< I  noticed that majority of my veggie plants have yellow spots on them, and the flower is drying up and falling. Can anyone guide me or tell me what it could be? And how can I treat the plants before its to late? I don’t want any of them die. The yellow spots are mostly in the squash, cucumbers, tomatillos and tomatoes plants?





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Tomato plants

Tomato plants. ^



Thank you ^_^



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Hi everyone name is Cecilia and, I'm 25 years old. I'm passionate about plants and gardening. At the age of 16, I was bitten by the gardening bugs, thanks to my grandma and my sweet, lovable mama. I plan to share my hopes, dreams, fears, and daily happenings in my life. When the days are beautiful. I enjoy going on road trips and especially go on hikes. I'm just recently graduate from college, and I was able to get my degree in Horticulture- Small Market Farming. Now I'm working on getting my IT innovation Degree at UNOmaha. My dream is to one day possess my own land out in the country, but near the city. Where I can be surrounded by peace and filled with inspiration with a little mix of technology. If you have any questions, feel free to email me :))

10 thoughts on “I need garden advice ASAP!

    1. Yes they’re doing great right now. After we applied fungicide one week and then soap in the following week. After about a month they all got better. Just a little delayed 😀

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  1. My garden is not near perfect. But any food I get out of it, I just love. I think the anticipation, preparation, babying, much love and attention (though there are never enough hours in the day for everything) make for any hard-won successes very appreciated by me.
    Experience is the best teacher in gardening. Congrats on your learning and continued successes.

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    1. Thank you very much. :)) I agree with you! 😀 The joys of producing fruits and vegetable in your own backyard is well worth it. 🙂


  2. Use 1 tablespoon of baking soda in a gallon of water and spray the leaves. Using compost when planting helps build the plant’s immune system.


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