Zucchini issues? June 18, 2010 I still need to do a little research on this, but if I had to guess, this isn’t normal.
From what I have found on the web, this can be caused by many things, but now it is probably caused by to much water since we’ve had rain every day for as long as I can remember.
Is it mosaic?
Hi Emily was just googling veturcmliie to make hypertufa garden ornaments, when I found your blog and have been stuck here for the past hour! Some great info and easy navigation! I have a newly-built 5 7 raised bed, so this discovery is really timely. I live in Mauritius (tiny island in the Indian Ocean), so it’ll be interesting to see how your guidelines adapt to our tropical conditions we only have summers (hot and humid) and winters (a wetter and cooler version of summer!).Anyway, here’s my recipe (sorry, my measurements are in metric we’re originally from Australia)Zucchini with Pistachio Pesto1/4 cup shelled pistachios1/3 cup pine nuts3 cloves garlic1 cup firmly packed basil leaves1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil1/2 tsp salt500g zucchini, cut into matchsticks50g butterParboil the pistachios for 2 minutes, then rub in a tea towel to remove skins. Process pistachios, pine nuts and garlic to a fine paste. Add the basil and process till pureed. With the processor running, add the olive oil in a thin stream to a mayonnaise consistency. Add salt to taste and set aside. Saute the zucchini in butter for 4-5 mins or till crisp and tender. Add pesto and toss to heat through. Serve immediately. The pesto can be frozen.
On October 3, thirty high sohcol students from Mount Si’s Key Club visited the homes of two elderly folks in North Bend. Armed with gloves, garden tools, and determination ..they set out to offer assistance to these homeowners where the labor had simply become too big an obstacle. The students split and stacked firewood, trimmed overgrown bushes and hedges, brought garden beds back to objects of beauty, raked leaves, and filled an enormous trailer with discarded and rotting lumber that was taken to the dump. The best part of this endeavor was the smiles and hugs given by the homeowners to these high sohcol Key Clubbers. That so many showed up at their homes to Pay it Forward was overwhelming and one of the most heart-warming experiences I have seen. Way to go Mount Si Key Club!
Not sure, but there were two right next to eachother and this was only on one so I pulled it yesterday. The other one looks fine.
Certain nutrient deficencies will cause leaf dicoloration in my hop plants. They get discolored and actually dry out around the edges. Fixed with feed.