Question: In addition to other things,
I'm raising some black beauty (zucchini) squash in my garden
this year. Production has been prolific, but today I noticed
something unusual. One of my plants had two squash that
were quite large, and at the tip of the fruits each of them
had a huge flower that showed no sign of falling off like
they normally do. When I pulled the petals back, it's as
if the end of squash is turned inside out. It's pale green
and lumpy, and seeds are sticking out in all directions.
There are also yellow, fluffy ball-like structures that
at first looked like they were covered with pollen, but
now I wonder if they are some kind of fungus.
Answer: It looks like a mutated squash
--- I would go ahead and sell the property as soon as possible!!!!!!!
Seriously, weird things happen in the world of plants. Virus
sometimes cause strange growths. Thanks for sharing it with