leaves turing yellow on my green squash
i am growing my veg. in a container. i have tomatoes and green squash in the pot both are growing good and large and i already have tomatoes and my squash is filled with flower and 1 or 2 baby squash. but some of the leaves are turning yellow and i don't know if this is normal. we have had alot of cloudy & raining day and next it will be high 80's and sunny. if this is normal should i remove them as they appear. or is it lacking something
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"If the leaf coloration is simply light  greenish yellow, it may be completely normal. If a disease problem is involved, you'll usually also see brown or black spots on the leaves.

The squash may be suffering from a slight nutrient deficiency. Plants grown in containers usually need more fertilizer than those grown in the ground. If you haven't fertilized, you may try giving the container a shot of plant food."

Answered by BHGgardenEditors