What are the pros? Prolific, Early, not mushy
What are the cons? Readily cross-pollinates
Fantastic squash overall. Pests didn't phase the plants at all. These remain semi-final after cooking and are great for stuffing because they can hold up to the extra cooking time. Excellent cooked in the microwave. Just add items like spicy salmon, ham, cheese or whatnot and heat until the filling is piping hot. Doesn't seem to affect the Desi texture at all IMO. These need monitored on a near-daily basis. I find that the best squashes are the ones that are the ones that are a bit bigger than a baseball, BUT are just starting to get a touch of yellow. Never let them go full-blown yellow. They are more gourd-like at that point. Always pick at the first sign of yellow and never let them go past softball size. Some will never have the right size/color combo. Just pitch those. They're so prolific, that once they kick in, you'll never run out if you have 2 plants. If you are a seedsaver, plant 40 yards away from other varieties. Trust me on that one. Just buy these seeds. I do.
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