Any idea what I can do with a pile of ronde de nice? Also - is this bad? http://t.co/fb8ip95
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Looks like you have a case of blossom end rot. See info at http://faq.gardenweb.com...
The base of the fruit will be ok, just cut off the brown part...
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There was a contest last summer for summer squash. Perhaps some of the recipes will interest you. If they are large enough, it would be cool to stuff them.
You can use them pretty much any way you use other summer squashes. They're well-suited to stuffing. Also, I bet they'd be really good in this: http://www.npr.org/2011...
i just had blossom end rot on tomatoes. read somewhere that it is caused by lack of calcium. i crumbled eggshells and spread around my plants. they recovered quickly but who knows maybe they would have anyway and the shells weren't significant. just sharing what i read, you can do more research if you are interested...
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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