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<p>From the photo, it appears that your cucumber plants are indeed experiencing some stress. Yellowing leaves and lack of fruit development can be caused by multiple factors, including insufficient watering and high temperatures. To help save your plants, there are a few steps you can take. First, ensure that the <a href="https://www-prepaidgiftbalance.com/">www.prepaidgiftbalance.com</a> soil is consistently moist, but not waterlogged. Water deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather. Mulching the soil can also help retain moisture. Provide some shade or use a shade cloth to protect the plants from excessive heat. Consider using a foliar fertilizer to provide nutrients directly to the plants. With proper care, your cucumber plants may recover and start producing more fruit.</p>

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Original Post by chopdati@hotmail.com

Any more cucumbers

<p>Hi All</p>
<p>Can you help me. My Cucumber plants have turned yellow and no more cucumbers seem to be coming out. There are ine or two very tiny ones starting but haven't been increasing. </p>
<p>This could be due to the recent warm weather or maybe me not watering them as often as I should.</p>
<p>I have attached a photo.</p>
<p>Is there any way I can save this plants now?</p>
<p>Many thanks</p>
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<p>Ismail </p>
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