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What is this disease on my young Calendula plants?

 
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What is this disease on my young Calendula plants?
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What does the back of those leaves look like?

That looks more to me like insect damage than a disease.
 
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Looks like leaf miners.
 
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I agree with Tyler....leaf miners. They love my nasturtiums.
 
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This may explain why my chard planted by my calendula has been eviscerated by leaf miners this year.  
 
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