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Hubbard Squash,,,Looks like they are getting big!

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At least one of my Blue Hubbard Squashes is as big as my biggest Green Hubbard Squash was last year, and I think I have as many pounds of Squash set on that I know where are as I collected last year,,,,when I took up the vines as I harvested last year I found about 3 or 4 times as many squash as I knew where were!:D) The squash seem to be ripening faster this year too, the Green Hubbard Squash are almost black!:D),,,Also I finally have corn forming ears!:D),,,Just have to wait and see if it fills out, something has eaten the silks from the tops!:-( I'm still expecting a bumper crop of Jerusalem Artichokes too!:D)


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