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18 Apr 22 Graham Bower (Australia - temperate climate)
I have been growing butternut pumpkin and trombone zucchini in close proximity and saving seed for following season. I saved seed from each for this seasons planting. This year my produce appears to be a cross of thes two . Is this possible? Can these cross pollinate? The fruit has been huge and eats very much like a quality butternut.
21 Apr 22 Anonymous (Australia - temperate climate)
I believe they do cross pollinate.
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