Debora Griffin wrote:Thanks for the help. Here are some closeup pics of the seedlings that may be more helpful. After doing some reading perhaps they are not drying out enough in between waterings and staying too moist. But with rain everyday not sure how to control that.
perhaps something - a cat or dog - happened to the one bed? it is curious...
Debora Griffin wrote:I have about 4- 5 inches of organic top soil. I have the same in both beds but the second bed with the squash, cucumbers and beans are doing great! Funny that one bed is full of fungus and the other has none.
- do both beds get the same sun exposure?
Debora Griffin wrote: I keep it evenly moist and getting good sunlight. .
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