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Old August 20, 2016   #6
slugworth
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I actually let the cuke mummify and left it in an unheated porch til the spring.
As mentioned in post 1 let it get yellow on the vine and then some.
I planted the entire carcass in the spring and had a load of seedlings from it.
Japanese Soyu, the company stopped selling the seeds where I was buying them.
Hybrid seeds,so the fun may not last.
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