First Day of Summer 2010

The weather has been exceptionally col for Bakersfield; just 87 on the first day of summer!  Some crops may be a bit behind.

The yellow squash has been producing at a good rate.  Went with Burpee Saffron and Burpee Scallop Hybrid Mix.  I do have some green squash, Burpee Hybrid Zucchini.  The zuc has stayed a manageable size, but one plant is showing what I diagnose as fusarium wilt.  I have yet to find a green squash that does not suffer.

The ambrosia melons are picking up speed.  There are plenty of young melons hidden from view.

The celebrity tomato row should ripen soon.

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