Day #170, Oregon Cotton weekly review

The sixth and last cotton plant to bloom, a Pima, finally succeeded.



The spiders continue doing their outstanding housekeeping duties.



One side of this Upland Cotton leaf is turned under to protect a cocoon of spider eggs.



The most developed pollinated Pima cotton square.


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