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Thread: 2019 Tromba Competition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Small pumpkin View Post
    I'm in.
    Trying a different variety this year. Can't remember the Name , I'll dig the packet out later and find out.
    Quote Originally Posted by lottie dolly View Post
    count me in,i still got the big snake to carve up,the hens like it,
    Quote Originally Posted by Thelma Sanders View Post
    I still got 2 to use up - I might chop one up and add to a marmalade batch. I did have an awful lot of squash generally, because of the good weather, but will still be growing as many this year.

    So yes, I'll play but still haven't found the camera connecting lead - so I'll just have to find another way to get pictures here or visit PC World LOL.......
    Quote Originally Posted by rary View Post
    They are actually quite easy to grow, VC grows them
    You're all in - even rary. though he hasn't said so
    Make 2019 the Year of Random Seed sowing
    All we are saying is..........Give seeds a chance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rary View Post
    They are actually quite easy to grow, VC grows them
    I laughed out loud!
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    I’m in! I loved this thread last year!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Small pumpkin View Post
    I'm in
    Trying a different variety this year. Can't remember the Name , I'll dig the packet out later and find out.
    Found it. I'm growing Tromboncino d'albenga.

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    I was thinking about trying it, but I see there is someone with a name quite similar and if I enter it may lead to confusion, after all he may not add the old part of his name when corresponding and lets face it, there is no way, could it be applied to a young man like me
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    it may be a struggle to reach the top, but once your over the hill your problems start.

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    That's the one I grew last year SP - beautiful

    They start off with white flesh and quite firm - really good for roasting.

    When mature, they go deep orange inside and so sweet, strong smell of melon.
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    And, of course.. I'm in! I was a bit disappointed not to see my name on that list automatically lol I've saved seeds

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    Still time for me to join in this one?

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