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    Default White Leaf Speckles (not powdery or Mildew)

    Hi Friends,
    My outdoor plant has changed from a lighter green to a darker green and leaves are showing speckles. Seems to be consistent with our winter season here.
    The white speckles aren't powdery and cannot be removed like mildew, It seems inherent in the leaves, Ive attached some pictures.
    I'm wondering what could be the cause of this and whether my produce will still be "safe" for consumption.
    Your advice will be appreciated.
    Regards,
    PoximoZA
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    Hello and welcome to the forum ProximoZA, nice to have you here

    At first glance it looks like insect/pest damage..spider mites type of damage, but can't be 100% sure on that, I'll ponder on it a while.

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    Ravaged by Thrips by the look of things

    A good general purpose fruit & veg bug spray will sort things out when in veg but be careful in flower....
    “I've been imitated so well I've heard people copy my mistakes.”

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    I mean at this level of damage the plant would have been infested! you must have seen them really

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    One teaspoon of Epson salt to one gallon of water, and A good spray with some need oil should fix you up. JMO

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    Hi All,
    Thanks for the fast & helpful replies.
    You guys were spot on, upon closer inspection I found little insects living underneath the leaves :/ damn.
    I will treat with your recommendations.
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    That's quite a serious infestation

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProximoZA View Post
    Hi All,
    Thanks for the fast & helpful replies.
    You guys were spot on, upon closer inspection I found little insects living underneath the leaves :/ damn.
    I will treat with your recommendations.
    Thanks again.Click image for larger version. 

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    Ouch, yeah with that lvl of dmg on the leaves that's an established infestation for sure

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