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Posted by trathsack 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 22, 14 at 11:47

Hi - I think my followup photos in the other posting made it appear answered. I went and plucked a few of the little pumpkin/squash things from the vine but found that everywhere the fruit touched the ground it was warty looking. Also there is a black and white moldy spore thing in the grass next to it that is eating up a few leaves. I cut the leaves back and for now covered the mold spores until I can kill it somehow.

Are these edible? AQre they squash or just tiny decorative pumpkins?

I'm deleting my other post.

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RE: pumpkin/squash?


RE: pumpkin/squash?

So they ARE edible?

RE: pumpkin/squash?

Deleted - duplicate

This post was edited by trathsack on Tue, Jul 22, 14 at 13:53

RE: pumpkin/squash?

Edible yes, palatable to you you will need to discover for yourself. A pumpkin is a type of winter squash. Your specimens do not appear to be full matured so I would expect them to be quite bland.

RE: pumpkin/squash?

awesome thank you!

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