I've concluded my container zucchini plant is not getting enough nitrogen in it's diet because it's leaves and fruit are yellow. To treat the plant organically I am giving it bat guano. Watch as I experiment for the first time with treating a plant that does not have enough nitrogen.
So my Zucchini Plant is Suffering from Nitrogen Deficiency
***After day three I decided to put it in a larger part. Based on square foot gardening a zucchini needs a 3x3 foot space. A one gallon pot is not big enough to grow a healthy zucchini plant. Once the zucchini plant was planted in a 5 gallon bucket it perked up and started growing it's first healthy zucchini, pictured below. It must be noted that when the zucchini plant was moved to a bigger pot, it also got a fresh dose of vitamins and minerals from the soil manure mix.
To recap: If your container zucchini plant does not look healthy
1. The container may not be big enough
2. It may have drained it's soil of it's nutrients and needs more