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Epcot plant could be queen of cucumbers- Orlando Sentinel- 7/16/06

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  • Epcot plant could be queen of cucumbers- Orlando Sentinel- 7/16/06

    Article from the Orlando Sentinel- July 17, 2006
    Epcot plant could be queen of cucumbers
    Epcot plant could be queen of cucumbers
    by Tom MacCubbin

    Cucumbers don't grow on trees, or do they? You may have to look twice when you tour The Land Pavilion at Epcot in Lake Buena Vista.

    On one side of the boat may be the world's largest-producing tomato plant and on the other side, the world's highest-yielding cucumber tree.

    "We think we have established a world's record,'' says Yuqing Fan, an entomologist with Epcot Science at the Walt Disney World Co. and the one who has been nurturing the tree-size cucumber plant.
    Full Story: Epcot plant could be queen of cucumbers
    “You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” - Walt Disney

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    Re: Epcot plant could be queen of cucumbers- Orlando Sentinel- 7/16/06

    I love the mickey shaped cucumbers!
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      Re: Epcot plant could be queen of cucumbers- Orlando Sentinel- 7/16/06

      All those Mickey-shaped vegetables are amazing. It's amazing that Epcot grows such things like this.

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