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If it isn't smelling nasty, burn the cut end where the fluid is leaking from. This may be enough to stop the bleeding, and if no infection has set in, the plant should recover. Got this information from a forum on pruning grapevines, no idea if it works, not tried it.
doesn't look like nutrients... usually the old leaves would still be green and the new ones would be chlorotic... Looks honestly like heat stress, was it in a hot window?
I am unsure, but I will try a couple of answers. 1. A physiological disorder Alterations of non-parasitic, which also affect the tomato in protected cultivation. Such changes may result from the different organs of the plant and are due to climatic conditions, to technical management and cultural inaccurate, and varietal genetic predispositions. ...
I'm thinking too that now would be a good time to transplant it into a larger container. In my experience, cukes don't do very well when they get root bound, and it looks like that is a definite possibility for you.
Check if the back of the leaves hides little parasites. Check if it could had had too cold or changes of temperature. Give manure and sequestrene (iron), maybe it has grown too quickly and has used all the nutrients. They need to be watered 2 times a day, only on the ground and not on the leaves. If everything you checked is good, try some anti fungal, it ...
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