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What are the pros? Never splits, mild flavor
What are the cons? None
I alway enjoy growing this variety, it’s always reliable regardless of the weather. I love its mild pumpkin flavor. Upon further research this year discovered that Thomas Lincoln (Abe’s Father) brought this variety to Indiana from a trading in Kentucky first before moving to Illinois. Would like to suggest a name change to The Thomas Lincoln Illinois Squash in the BakerCreek catalog. I enthusiastically recommend that you try growing this reliable old heirloom.
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What are the cons? long vines
Good yield. Makes excellent pie.
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Ate the first one tonight and had to write about it. The vines are really long so one must have room to grow this squash. Its very similar in looks to the Penns. Dutch Crookneck only a very white shell. This squash survived a severe drought and extremely hot temps for the midwest- produced pretty good. I planted 6 plants and the average vine had 3-4 squash on them. I imagine they're smaller in size due to lack of rain. I did water and mulch heavily with newspaper and straw. The taste is good as well. I made roasted squash with this one and a creamy sausage sqash pasta...excellent flavor and I'm hoping they keep for a while since I have several.