The melons are coming into ripeness.
As more pesticides have been developed and produced for certified organic crops, pest damage has decreased. That seems fine, but consider that pesticide use is often used to prevent bug damage that is cosmetic. Even organic-approved pesticides should be used with restraint, but Beauty sells better than Ugly. Another factor is the global scale of organic agriculture. Bugs and disease are often regional issues, so if Whole Foods can cheaply ship produce from half way around the world, that would be another way to make beautiful organic available.
I'm thinking of a truth-in-advertising campaign: Backsliding Beauty vs. Ethically Ugly. I'm not going to hold my breath for global organic to catch onto that trend, but I ask you to keep that in mind when you taste how delicious our occasionally ugly produce is!
"farmer's greens" aka Vitamin Green from the seed catalog. This is a mustard family green that wants to be cooked.
Green Bell Peppers
Hungarian Hot Wax Peppers (These have more of a but than we had expected)
Melons-- some canteloupe, a few honeydew types
String beans (yellow or green)
Walla Walla summer onions
New red potatoes
Here is a link to a further good method-- covering the plant loosely with a bag.