Why Are My Cucumber Plants Dying?

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Your cucumber plants may be dying because of bacterium usually in the belly of the striped cucumber beetle. The beetles awaken and start feeding on baby cucumber plants mainly in spring spreading the bacteria either by mouth or through their feaces.
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Scientificly they do not because they have a specific chemical in them that pruvoces them to do that . Write me back plzzzzz!!!
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