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    Thanks guys! I won’t be able to seed save as had a pumpkin, patty pan and Courgette Rugosa Friulana in the same plot but have some left so will use this years seed if it’s any good!
    I’ll look into Curing! It’ll be useful for future reference if not this year!
    Good to know what crosses with what!

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    Just a quick update Squah is doing well seems to have formed a scab over the damage Iím looking forward to eating it by waiting until I no longer have summer squash to eat.

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    Storing a minorly damaged winter squash...-fbedc254-d93e-4aeb-a934-7ce54b8037e6.jpg
    So decided as was looking discoloured around the ďwoundĒ today was the day- roasted it up made some soup definitely a grow for next year OH claimed I donít like pumpkin- I force fed him prior to making into soup he had to have a few bits just to check he didnít like it

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