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Old June 26, 2018   #22
jmsieglaff
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Something caught my eye today, part of a bean plant is albino and part is variegated and part is normal. Never have seen this before.

A couple notes from around the garden today, first cucumber flowers are opening and first female zucchini opened. Squash plants are a few days from flowering. Found a couple SVB eggs on zucchini and pumpkins—so be warned Wisconsin growers!
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