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I planted a variety of vegatables this spring and many are growing tall and leggy. The spinach, brocoli, lettuce and eggplant have not thicken up. We have had a very wet season so far and moderate temperatures. What is wrong and what should I do?
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Dunhour, Welcome to the Forum from California! Leggy plants are usually caused by a lack of sunshine. How many hours a day do they receive good sunlight?
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