- Jun 17, 2020
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So on a couple of my Fordhook zucchini plants, the tips and edges of several of the younger leaves are wilting and then drying out with the rest of the leaf remaining intact (no further wilting or drying out). Overall the plants seem healthy and haven't stopped producing fruit. Other observations are that some of the younger leaves have a white pattern compared to older leaves. I don't think this is powdery mildew because its only affecting young leaves and I haven't used any chemicals at all in my garden. Could it be some kind of virus or over fertilization?