John Weiland wrote:I'm always inclined to save a few seeds from even highly-diseased plants: It's known that in certain cases a gene for resistance to one disease is actually a susceptibility gene for a different disease. So even at the risk of having an Achilles' heel in the garden each year, it may be wise to keep a bit of seed around for that purpose.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
The exploding watermelons seemed to be due to getting warm in the sun...
You can thank my dental hygienist for my untimely aliveness. So tiny:
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