Tromboncino Squash - Is This the Way to Go?
I've been reading here and there about SVBs and SBs since I will be growing a few cucurbits this year, and remembering last year when the SVBs took down my plant in what seemed like a few seconds of time.
I think I recall some folks who had this squash on their grow lists, and then came across the linked info about it on the Cornell University website while searching for resistant varieties and control of SVBs and SBs.
This variety seems to "have it all" so to speak in that it is grown and harvested as both a summer and winter squash. I know it's not practical as a container vegetable, but geez, I might be willing to give up some ground for this one if it is all that it is touted to be.
The effort to prevent and control SVBs and SBs just seems so intensive that I'm wondering if it is worth it to grow any other squash except Tromboncino. Altho, I do love both yellow, scallop, and Zucchini. Anyway, thought you might want to read some of the comments about the Tromboncino, if you haven't already come across others on the web who've praised its attributes as highly.
Here is a link that might be useful: Tromboncino Squash