Saving Yellow Beat-Up Midseason Cucumber Plants




Saving Yellow Beat-Up Midseason Cucumber Plants




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Saving Yellow Beat-Up Midseason Cucumber Plants How often should I put the fertilizer on there and what strength? My pickling cukes have done really well up til now. But I’m starting to have a lot of yellowish leaves and slower production.
Thank you for your interesting points much appreciated. How much Epsom salt to water please? Once again thank you.
any recommendations on how to treat powdery mildew
Can we give npk and episom salt together?
What kind of liquid fertilizer? IS it organic?
hi Gary
My cucumber was doing great then it started turning yellow and blotchy then i watched your video and used epsom salt besides liquid fish fertilizer 1 bottle cap full in 1 gallon. But its dying now all leaves are brown blotchy and dead dried wilting. What happened? Any clue?
Hi Gary, would you recommend fish fertilizer for the cucumbers?
how do you deal with cucumber Blight? should I tear out the whole plant?
Hey Gary, you talked about using Epsom salt. How do you apply that, do you mix it with water or work it into the soil?
Hi and thanks for the video! Aside from possible lack of water making plants not look so good, how are you (if any) battling stripped/spotted cucumber beetle or squash bugs etc? I've tried sticky yellow pads near the plants yet couldn't seem to win battle last few years both on cukes and zucchini plants. Aside from SVB on zucchini pests seems to do me in. Any suggestions welcomed!
We grew two pots of cukes with disappointing results. There were hundreds of flowers, but mostly male flowers. What happened ?
I was away for a week as well but Mother Nature dumped a crapload of water this past week. I cleaned up some of my plants today so I was glad to see your video to verify that I was doing it correctly.
always remember, plants only have one thing to do: that's reproduce. that means once the plant starts producing, keep picking. when it doesn't have fruits that make seeds, it will continue to make more fruits for seeds.
Thanks. That was helpful.
Hi, I have two plants a squash and a zucchini. They both have a lot of big flowers, they're in containers. The thing is the flowers aren't opening up. What is the deal with this?  My cucumber plant has tons of little flowers and is starting to produce cucumbers. I should have squashes growing and zucchinis. Any thoughts?
Hi. Thank you for your video. Do you use city water to water your garden? That's what we have but I'm concerned with the chlorine. What are your thoughts? Also I live in Southeast Texas and the heat is killer right now, is it ok to water them in the heat of the day? What are the ideal times in the day to water. Thank you!
I had about ten cucumber plants that were doing great until we got some unexpected rail, a lot of rain to be exact, Four and a half days. The last few days of the rain the leaves, close to the roots started turning bright yellow, that continued on toward the ends of the plants. Now it is turning brown around the root and looking like they are drying  out, Sense the drying out of the ground I've started watering them again, it just looks like the end is at hand. I will try and make a video tomorrow and get you a post for it
How often should epsom salt should used. Can it be used on a weekly basis?
My plants look horrible from about waist high to the ground and are very bare of leaves, so the stems at the roots are getting the worst part of the daily sun.  I'll try what you said about feeding them and also giving magnesium.  I did remove all the misshapen fruit so the plants could recover, but even though they are small, they're horrible tasting (BITTER), so I've thrown all the others away and am hoping for a comeback.  Thanks for the information.  I had read that once the plants get to 70 days in the ground, they'll do this and it's just time for them to be pulled up, but heck.... I haven't gotten ANY good fruit yet and they're just now really starting to put out the female flowers, so I'm following your lead and hope for more cukes this month and next.....that AREN'T bitter.  LOL  Thanks again!