What are the pros? Vigorous, productive, tough
What are the cons? Tastes different
After 3 years, I have found that this squash resists vine borers and powdery mildew, but is still prone to cucumber beetles. Firm, mild, juicy flesh; great for grilling at medium size, or breading and frying when small. Mature squash have creamy, golden flesh, like a mild butternut--perfect for gnocchi. Grow this on the biggest trellis you can find. The only issue was that the firm, seedless flesh of the immature summer squash was too different from regular zucchini for some of my family, although friends who don't like the stringy, mucilaginous texture of zucchini loved this variety grilled.
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