Thank you for the input. I'll give it more time to develop before making a determination. I knew it was early if it was blackspot. I just don't want anything to spread around to any neighboring plants. I did have other plants that I'm pretty certain were infected. These marks looked...
The bottom pics are edema. It can happen easily indoors (temp/humidity balance). If they were just moved outside they may have had it before the move. Overwatering can be a cause as well as other condition issues.
I ordered 1oz spice jars from sks. https://www.sks-bottle.com/product/3957.html
They don't currently have them available with the sifter insert, but I now have some of those. They did have jar & cap available though.
Peat and/or coir for the bulk
10%-20% vermiculite and perlite
Optional: Fertilizer to balance anything the compost is missing
Optional: topsoil ~10%
The peat/coir and compost ratio would depend on the richness and consistency of the compost. 2:1 peat/coir:compost ratio is where I...
First heavy rain last nigh & this morning, since planting. So far, my plot is off to a good start. Most plants look healthy and are growing vigorously. Three have been separated due to,issues. One with leaves thin in places and the other two with black spot. I wasn't sure for...
The 80836/80838 has a standard punchout that you would find on a disposable s&p shaker. The cap has a better design and thicker plastic than a disposable s&p shaker. The rotating disk fully covers the punchout when closed and holds itself in place. The shaker permits dispensing a very small...
This is what I have on order
80838 1-5/8" 3/32" Hole Rotor Detent Top Closure for 80836
80836 1.25 oz. Clarified Polypropylene Canister (Closure Sold Separately)
The top link is the jar I was eyeing up the most. SKS has them for half that price but is out of sifter caps till August. I order a dozen of the second link. I sent them back as the caps didn't latch shut.