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Hi, first year gardener here. My wife and I got a great new house and put in 4 raised beds. We went a bit overboard, but now we're having all sorts of pest (and disease?) problems :( We're in Boston and have had a very wet spring.
I read some stuff about organic pest control and mixed up a solution of neem oil and castile soap and sprayed some of the problem areas with that using a pesticide spray bottle. That was about a week ago. Not sure if it's working or not. It's rained since then, so maybe it all got washed off ?
I took a bunch of photos of our problems, I appreciate anyone who has advice. Thanks!
Zuccini. Leaves have this strange white color coming from the leave main veins. Used to be all green:
Grape Vine. Most of the vine looks ok, but some leaves have this weird "rash" on it. red bumps. some sort of disease? or insect eggs or something? It's really creepy!
Spinach. Leaves have holes in them.
Tomatoes: Small holes with yellowish edges.
Radishes. Something is eating ALL of the leaves on these guys!
Cauliflower. Totally destroyed.
Red Cabbage. Used to look great, now being eaten just like the cauliflower next to it.
We saw some red spider mites on some spinach (we think). But I haven't seen any other bugs or slugs, anything else near the garden except for this guy (some sorta caterpillar):
We're super bummed out :( All these plants are just getting wrecked. I've never seen any sorta groundhog or rabbits near our house. I saw a nutria once and we have plenty of chipmunks and squirrels.
Any ideas? More Neem? Less Neem? :)