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Old May 15, 2016   #16
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That is exactly what I have been thinking too which is why I asked about the flower. I didn't think they had opened . My advise is just to leave well alone, often embryonic squash shrivel because of no pollination or even poor pollination or weather .I don't think they are pollinated for sure. There are nearly always some that don't make it especially early on the season. If you get any more that look odd to you just leave them be, don't take them off the plant will be fine.
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Old May 15, 2016   #17
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Thank you!


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Old May 16, 2016   #18
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A.brooke.c, I have no advice about your mutant squashes, but I just wanted to say that your garden is beautiful! Not a weed in sight and your squash plants look amazing!
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Old May 16, 2016   #19
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Thank you! 😁😁😁 I appreciate you saying that! It doesn't really get commented on very much at work.


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I never had any that I noticed when they were so tiny, but several zucchini in the past that looked like that when I picked them. They did achieve full size for me, too.
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Old June 4, 2016   #21
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I haven't an ideal what could have caused this, but the squash plants are beautiful
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