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90 days. (C. maxima) A beautiful squash striped in red, orange, green and white. A very old variety from France (pre-1820). Fine thick orange flesh; good sized fruit. Unique.
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I live in SC and grew 6 different types of squash for the first season (planted in March). We are plagued by squash vine borers and wet rot here, and sadly I have had to rip out most of it. The only squash that is consistently producing fruit is the Turban squash... at the moment I have easily ten squash going strong from three plants, with more coming. As it's only early June I'm understandably optimistic. I have had to remove a total of two viine borer grubs from the three plants, quite unlike my other varieties (Rouge Vif, Galeux, Hokkaido, Winter squash, and Howden) which were without exception completely infested.
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15 Jun 2011
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