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Beet leaf looks burned--was perfect this morning!

 
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HELP!!!  
WHAT FRESH HELL IS THIS???!!!  
THIS BEET WAS FINE THIS MORNING!  I have cucumbers in this bed too, and they are okay so far!
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It could be damage from thrips.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thrips

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