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Old June 23, 2019   #2
PhilaGardener
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This year's weather has been challenging. Up here in SE PA, its been a temperature roller coaster with too much moisture. Early start to the season but then buckets of rain made planting difficult. Everything is slow for the year - it is been good for peas - and the tomatoes only started to take off in the last few weeks. I noticed yesterday that Sungold is just starting to color. Garlic is getting ready to dig (it doesn't like the moisture and I have had problems with that the last few years so better sooner than later).


You might be better off reducing the squash on your own, rather than letting SVB get a generation in. Just a tad less pressure next year.


Good luck with the rest of your season!
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