What are the pros? Appearance, taste, storage
What are the cons? Benefits from lots of room
In 63 years of growing (starting age 4), Moranga squash may be the most beautiful variety I've ever nurtured. Just gorgeous: the salmon-pink scalloped skin with pale green splotches. Here in west-central Missouri, in good organic soil, I planted Moranga on July 2nd, after squash bugs had found earlier squash plantings (catch crops). For good measure, morning glory and sweet potato roots were started around the winter squash perimeter; squash bugs hate the ipomoea family. Moranga grew unbothered til harvest in mid-October. We are allowing most to cure a bit more before taking to the kitchen. Moranga appears to be an above average to excellent keeper. I am really grateful to Jere and his crew for making this variety available.
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