Just noticed these today. Any ideas??
It"s called the plant doctor look at the pics of the leaves match up to what yours looks like, then read what the problem is
Good info, but it didn’t really have the problem displayed that I’m having.
Closest I could find was Spider Mites…
My first Think it is there are trips.
(FRANKLINELLA OCCIDENTALIS , TRIPS TABACI ETC…)
Look under the leaves, and if you find this :
You have aphids. If not, it’s most probably calcium deficiency (my first bet).
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I would check the underside of the leafs with a magnifying glass and see if there are any unwanted critters under there. Could be something munching in your leafs.