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My Okra leaves have turned as shown below

Is this a deficiency or a disease? How can I remedy this?

Location: India. Weather In May-June: Hot! > 95F days. Current: Overcast with light rains.

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I've never grown okra. This looks like yellow vein mosaic virus. See also the report linked to from this Facebook page.

Given your other posts, I wouldn't entirely rule out a nutrient problem. In particular, if you see leaf yellowing on other plants, I'd consider a magnesium deficiency.

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Facebook link wouldnt work if he/or she doesnt have facebook. – LOSTinNEWYORK Sep 15 '15 at 5:46

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