What are the pros? vigorous vines, tasty squash.
What are the cons? I love this squash
My husband and I have been growing Kamo Kamo squash for several years. The plants are tough! They get blight, they keep going, they get attacked by squash bugs, cucumber beetles, stinkbugs, or whatever nature might throw at them....I am still going to get some Kamo Kamo squash! Even with the local, endless stomached ground hog...I still got a couple of Kamo's!
I like the young "summer squash' Kamo's a bit more than the "winter squash" Kamo's. The young squash are delicious. The mature squash have a nutty flavor, but not sweet.
IF there is anything that I dislike about the Kamo's, it the mature squash has a very hard shell. Puny me has to use a hammer and sturdy knife to open the things. (probably why the darn ground hog left me a Kamo Kamo or two for winter!) also, the vines are prickly, but no more so that many other winter squash or pumpkin vines.
So, there will be Kamo Kamo's in my garden this year, and years to come!
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