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If they were only 2 inches high, unless they had formed quite bushy little plants in individual little pots,they were effectively still seedlings, and not ready to take the rigours of being transferred outside, and especially not exposure to lots of direct sun. You don't say whether you hardened them off before planting outside, which they would have needed, ...


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We note that the spots are tiny, circular and fairly widely spaced. We also know that basil has a soft leaf and is vulnerable to attack from both upper and lower leaf surfaces. If it was a fungus we would expect larger patches and some sort of residue on the leaf, so I think we can rule out this type of disease. Looking at insects we can note that some ...


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