I planted 3 types of cuccumbers this year. Straight Eight, Yard Long and Sweet Success. I got the seeds from Henry Fields seed catalog, a company I have used for over 25 years. I have one Yard Long plant that produces the typical cuke as it always has in the past. ALL of the others are producing the ?cuccumber? that is in the attached photo. These are all nice long, 18-22 inch cukes, but with the weird color and skin. They are wrinkled like a squash and light green to yellow in color. According to the pictures in the catalogs, Sweet Success is very simular to Straight Eight and Yard Long, both of which I have been planting for years. All three should have very dark color green skin and some small bumbs as is commom with most cukes. Has anyone seen anything like this? I doubt that seed would have gotton mixed up and put in the wrong packet in all three cases. If it were not for the one normal plant, I would think it might be an enviormental problem such as to little water or something in the soil. I use NO fertilizers or bug sprays, so that rules that out. Any ideas?