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I planted transplants of sweet green peppers. They were doing nicely and blooming. Yesterday I found a small pepper - about 2 inches long. Okay, this morning it was laying on the ground - no sign of any varmint chewing on it. It was a clean stem like maybe it had just been cut. There was some blackened flesh near the stem. When I opened it up the inside seemed normal. Okay, anyone - what could it be? (as I head for the cayenne pepper)
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