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Requesting advice to help save my butt.....ernut squash!! And other misc.

 
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Hello all. New here and have leafed through a few sections but the site is so massive. Forgive me if this is a bit out of place. My fiance and I recently put in two raised bed gardens and have planted several varieties of things. I will post pictures below but here in the last 2 days after it's first heavy rain it seems things have taken a turn for the worse. Any advice on what is going on with them?
The first three photo's are of the said butternut squash. The next are my scarlet runner beans that seem to have something wrong as well. I live in Central North Georgia. Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
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I think it looks like sunburn. Were they started indoors or in a greenhouse? It looks like water acted like a magnifying glass on the edges. If it is sunburn they will grow out of it. Hope that helps.
 
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Thanks so much. I had wondered if it was something like that. Much appreciated.
 
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