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Old 02-03-2016, 09:43 AM   #1
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Wink extinct variety of squash is now back for cultivation:

In Wisconsin, an 800 yr old buried pot of seeds were really
from an extinct variety of squash....
Here are the details:
http://www.cfweradio.ca/on-air/blogs...668/entry/471/

Quite amazing!
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Amazing, the resilience of Nature. Thanks MrsD.

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Incredible - thanks mrsD - I really enjoyed reading it.
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Thanks MrsD
Really cool - makes my butternut squash look puny - will have to give them a pep talk about their distant relative's staying power.
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That's amazing Mrs. D! And they're pretty too!
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Thank you MrsD for sharing it with us. That is amazing! It looked really yummy too.
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