Cucumber problem fix??

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So most of my veggies are going great something idk what a deficiency or something and it's causing leaves to turn a copper yellow color and then die posting pictures let me know what you all think I have fertilized it with same stuff I use for my other plants no help
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So most of my veggies are going great something idk what a deficiency or something and it's causing leaves to turn a copper yellow color and then die posting pictures let me know what you all think I have fertilized it with same stuff I use for my other plants no helpView attachment 303027
I have a similar thing going on with my snow peas. The vine withers at its base. I ‘fertilized’ with some composted chicken manure and some kind of organic ferts a while back and eye balled the amount. I was thinking I just made the soil too hot for them maybe. Other plants, like yours, are fine.
 

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I don't think it's that the tomatoes are fine and I hit them gently when I noticed it also I just took some cement wire and made something for them to climb on so there not on the ground some cucumbers are white some are green so idk weird
 

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KB, do the leaves of the cukes seem to have damp or wet spots on them...
 

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Looks like bacterial wilt. Cut a stem, then press the two ends together and slowly pull them apart. If it's bacterial wilt, there will be some stringy goo between them. There's a beetle that causes it, forget the name.
 
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