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Adrian

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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #15 on: 2020-06-21, 04:00:41 PM »
The fruit fecondated with blu of hungary begin to get fat.

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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #16 on: 2020-06-23, 12:54:05 PM »
The fruit begin fat

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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #17 on: 2020-06-27, 10:55:29 AM »
for my next hybrid i will try violino x blue of hungary
The male pollen of blue of hungary is very good.

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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #18 on: 2020-06-27, 10:38:05 PM »
Weeded my little squash patch today. 15 or so Lofthouse buttercup, three tetsukabuto F1, and 5 of the G2 of Autumn's choice a colorful moschata but the G2 is probably crossed with Lofthouse and Mike's grex though there was a tiny bit of Rancho Marquez pollen out there. So a hybrid(s) of a hybrid to make a new hybrid!
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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #19 on: 2020-07-02, 05:56:07 AM »
William, "little" is relative.

Wow you have a lot of space!
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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #20 on: 2020-07-02, 11:59:52 AM »
Yes, but less of it is squash filled than most recent years. So it is relatively less squash. Thus a little squash garden. I should take a photo from up on the hill . Total is maybe 3/4 acre this year but I have six tomato patches 150 feet from each other this year. Only three squash patches (some in combo with tomatoes). This one, a moschata patch that isn't doing well behind it, and a pepo patch for Josephs strain of crookneck. I thought I would plant more squash but it didn't happen and I am glad because I am still working on weeding the corn at least once. The corn is ~19 rows, each about 70 feet long. Wish it was tomatoes not corn!

Edit: added photo from a bit up the hill.
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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #21 on: 2020-07-03, 01:22:24 AM »
It's a beautiful land!
The compatibility of the pollen could play on the size of the fruit?
 
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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #22 on: 2020-07-03, 08:26:03 AM »
I think so, I tend to get good pollination on squashes. However, less pollinated seeds probably means a smaller squash. Within genetic limits for variety on squash size. However in 2017 I planted a much larger squash patch and the bulk of it was from seed from one large maxima grown in 2016. So it's possibe for me with just seed from one squash to plant a huge area!
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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #23 on: 2020-07-10, 11:57:16 AM »
Second fruit of tetsukabuto fallen
Weight: 0,2kg 0,441lbs.


with a male pollen of maxima blu of hungary.
The pollen was validated for the fecondation, the fruit has fat  and have stopped is developpement and the pedoncle is becam yellow.
The fruit have the form of green delicious.
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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #24 on: 2020-07-12, 01:52:54 PM »
 Tomorrow i did my crossbreeding violino rugosa x tetsukabuto.

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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #25 on: 2020-07-16, 02:50:18 PM »
A miss of boron and potasium in the ground could did fallen the fruit fecondated?
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Re: Tetsukabuto croce
« Reply #26 on: 2020-07-21, 02:44:53 PM »
The fecodation violino rugosa x tetsukabuto is validate, the fruit gain in weight.