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May 2018 was very warm here, May 2019 and June have been cool. In looking through this thread, I see pictures from similar dates in 2018 and my plants compared to last year are half as big and only the first flower clusters are setting fruit, compared to multiple clusters having set fruit by this time last year. Things are growing nicely and setting fruit, just much slower than usual. It does look some warmer weather ahead, so growth should speed up, especially with the longest days of the year.
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