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jerryd6818 wrote:Perfect. You're going to be much happier. (and so am I )
treefarmer wrote:Cushaws are a very large squash, same family as a pumpkin, that we use for making "Pumpkin pies". The seed cavity is not as large as a traditional pumpkin seed cavity, so there is quit a bit more edible meat. We have been planting a local variety for years and they are apparently different than those that jerryd plants. When ours mature they are a pale yellow like a butternut squash, the ones that we will plant in August, thanks to jerryd, are supposed to be green striped when they mature and up to 40 pounds. Late summer planting, August 1st, gives us time for the cushaws to mature right before Thanksgiving.
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