Yes I’m ready.
looks nice. I grew those last year.
Yum, looks good! Enjoy
You’re zone 7B in Alabama?
I was in 7B before moving, now I’m in 8A Alabama.
Sounds better. I grew up in Mississippi, right across the border from York AL.
I’m in 9A because here the winters are not cold but it also doesn’t get warm until June so my squash are a long way off
About equal parts… squash, okra, potato, onion… southern fried…
Oh man… so good.
As I pick more of these Tromboncino squash I will cook with other methods. This time it was cut up and microwaved a few minutes. I added a little salt/butter. It had a very good taste but not exactly like a yellow or zucchini. I’m looking forward to trying it baked or in a stir fry. I also think it would be good in a salad.
Let us know if squash vine borers do much damage, or if what you do to prevent that damage works. I know these are supposed to be resistant.
C.Moschata is kind of resistant because of thick stems. I had cucumbers damaged by SVB, while the butternuts were fine.
butter nut stems are solid, others are hollow for safe SVB dinning.
Troboncino squash survived SVB pressure in my PA garden when I grew them a few years ago, thanks to their moschata stems. They do make huge plants, however, so don’t turn your back on them!
I will update later.