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Old August 21, 2017   #1
Brent M
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Default My New 35 Days-to-Maturity Yellow Summer Squash

I'm at F6 with F7 seed maturing as I type. I've named my new summer squash "Madison's Cross" because she taste-tested the various generations/iterations with me diligently. She actually loves squash. This is a culmination of years of work and I've got it pretty much right where I want this line.

Madison's Cross is 35 DTM. I still have to do a mass-grow next year and average out the DTM date, but it's looking really early to thie point and for the last 3 generations. I know I'm biased, of course, but the taste is pretty darned great and it has good resistance to powdery mildew.

I do have a YouTube channel where you can see the squash if you like. I'm putting the info out there early. I'm not exactly sure what's next. Market it somehow. We will see, but I'm enjoying putting out what I've done.

https://youtu.be/wvi_BTkcHVo
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