Zucchini Plants

What Would Cause Little Holes in the Leaves of My Zucchini Plant Leaves

stpeters50 added on June 25, 2012 | Answered

The plants were grown from seed, and have looked really healthy until this weekend. Now the most mature leaves have a lacy look, with lots of holes. I do not see any little insects. There is a bit of white or brown around the holes both on the upper and undersides of the leaves -- I am actually Zone 2, not Zone 5.

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Answered on June 29, 2012

It cold be caused by flea beetles. This article will help if it is that:

But the lacy damage you describe is normally more attributed to Japanese Beetles. This article will help with them:

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