It's sun burn.
I live in Phoenix. Either find some shading for them or plant them close
together for shade and support. It may not seem right but it works for me.
For tomatoes it works pretty good, too.
Also you can over winter them pretty well. They'll have a head start next
spring and will give you an early crop before the heat sets in.
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