It’s not always perfect

Normally zucchini never has any problem growing and producing. As my grandmother would say, “You’d be shoving them through the rear car windows of friends and family, just to get rid of them.” But for some unknown reason, my zucchini plants are dying. The leaves are browning, shriveling up, and one by one the plants are dying. I don’t know if it’s too much rain, not enough nutrients in the ground, just some blight I’m unaware of or what. Nothing else seems to be so dramatically affected. I did get about 4 or 5 squash from the plants so far. But this is near tragic.

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