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Is this ok?

Posted by moesyk4 Indiana (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 28, 10 at 16:49

I was going to pick beans earlier today and I noticed this cauliflower looking stuff growing all over the stems of the plants. I'm trying to upload a picture, but it is hard, about a 1/4 inch thick and is located at the joints and along the stems of the plant. It is hard to the touch. I have looked online and can't find anything about it, what is it and how will it affect my plant? Is there something I should do? This is my first year gardening and I've noticed my bean crop has slowed considerably and I'm wondering if this is it. Thanks!

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RE: Is this ok?

Can you provide a link to a picture? If you put it up on Photobucket you can add a link in the space below the message window, with a name for it, and then people can click on it and see what you're talking about.

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