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Orangeneck (Team HAMMER)

Eastern Pennsylvania

are there any pictures of this squash available? I like that it is selfed, just wanna make sure it was 100% green blue or gray. thanks Jim G

1/19/2018 6:32:56 PM

Orangeneck (Team HAMMER)

Eastern Pennsylvania

found a pic from a discussion below. Those white ribs could be questionable to the right/ wrong judge. That is not to stir the hornets, only an observation as to my decision to purchase one or two.

1/19/2018 6:38:01 PM

bathabitat

Willamette Valley, Oregon

Diary pics from this year:

http://www.bigpumpkins.com/Diary/DiaryView.asp?season=2017&grower=50353&action=L

1/20/2018 12:54:36 AM

LIpumpkin

Long Island,New York

Based upon those patch pictures theres absolutely no question on that 1807 being a squash. None whatsoever.

1/20/2018 9:37:49 AM

Super Sonic Squashman

Emerald City

I bought a few 1807's. The picture on the seed label in my mind also tells a lot. It really is a beautiful green color. The 1844's opened the door to a new level in squash growing. I have some 1844's, 2118's and 1807's. It will be interesting to see what happens this summer. My guess is that at least one of these three seed types will really separate themselves from the others squash wise. However, I have no idea which one that will be. That's why I went for multiples of each. I really like all three. If any didn't go all green I've always had that mindset that I would still get a giant pumpkin that would likely be competition worthy. That's the beauty of what Scott Holub was able to create with his masterful genetic crossing plan.

1/20/2018 11:35:50 AM

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