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Are these squash or crossed with pumpkins?

Posted by ilaudio 60560 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 23, 08 at 7:18

I lost the seed packets and 2 squash plants came out with weird not sure if cross pollinated with pumpkins or it's supposed to look like this. Can anyone help? (actually I want to post the pics...but can't figure out how.)

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RE: Are these squash or crossed with pumpkins?

Cross pollination only affects the next years fruit. So if you have something that doesn't look like it should it is because they seeds were either cross-pollinated or mislabeled before they were put in the packet.

You need html img tags to post pictures. Look at their example and replace 'angry.gif' with a URL of your picture. The link must end with .jpg or .gif or another image extension. If you don't have pictures uploaded to a website you need to do so.

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