I thought this was just leaf miner damage, but now I'm not so sure. It looks completely different than what they did to my spinach leaves, and I've yet to actually see the telling little wriggly bump that is the miner larva.
I've started a milk/water solution spray (thought it rained right after I did it this morning, figures!) in the morning and in the evening. Is that timing ok?
Everyone always asks for this info:
Raised, off the ground beds; medium = compost, peat & vermiculite; I just added grass clippings as mulch under the beans, but this was after a week of heavy rains, and after I noticed the damage may not be miners; seeds were Burpee bush green beans and dollar store yellow wax beans; no inocculant uses, as I forgot I had it in the fridge .
This is how the spots start out - thought it was miners.
Spots on a curled leaf.
Spots on a leaf that looks deformed. Thought this was insect damage from when it was newly sprouted - not so sure now.
Spots on an oddly shaped leaf. Again, thought the shape was the result of insect damage.