This is a plant that has come up along with my winter squash. It is identical to the other winter squash except it is albino or blonde. I thought that it would turn green once it was exposed to the light and sun but we've had it under grow lights and even the first true leaves are setting on the same color. Has anyone ever had this happen before? Will the plant produce albino fruit? I'm guessing it's a genetic condition and not a cross breeding problem because I've never seen a plant that was yellowish-white-ish before. I'm really interested in the scientific side of this and in getting fruit from it to see if the seeds produce the same thing or not. Not sure how a yellow plant can function since the green coloring is what signifies the presence of chlorophyll. Any ideas anyone?