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Old 10-22-2013, 06:14 PM   #4
biigblueyes
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They're easy to grow. And the good thing about spaghetti squash is that they're somewhat resistant to the squash borer. Sure, the bugs find the plant, but because it roots where ever it touches, the whole plant doesn't die.

Put your seeds in a jar or bowl, fill with water, swish around, scoop out what seeds you can, leaving behind the "guts". Put on towel. Rub seeds with towel, removing more guts. Pick out a few seeds that look nice and plump and use those. Dry them out and store in the fridge if you have enough room. Store in an envelope at room temperature if not.
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