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Squash plants may not be producing

One of the most popular vegetables grown by home gardeners is squash. Many years, it produces and produces in such great numbers, that it is frequently a popular giveaway.
However, some years, production is not so good, and this year may be one. Some local gardeners have complained that while plants are producing flowers and seem healthy, there have been no vegetables.
The problem is a lack of pollinators  in part due to the drop in the number of bees, said Alicia Boor, Barton County Extension Agent. Each plant has male and female flowers, and the problem is that the ...

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