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Unformatted text preview: be clipped but the strings were straightened in order to keep the plant growing on the correct path. The specialized plant, Striped Armenian was removed on the same day. It was removed due to a powdering fungus that was contagious to the other cucumbers. Since the specialty plant had been removed no cucumbers needed any pollinating. It was noted that the leaves near the bottom of the plant appeared to be much less healthier than those toward the top of the plant. Originally, this was considered to be a problem, but the plant continued to grow and no problems were noted....
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- Spring '08