Chiffon F1

Chiffon

Chiffon F1


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This creamy summer squash is highly durable and has an excellent disease package. Chiffon has been impressive during trials, proving to be unique because of its extremely slow seed formation and as a heavy producer that is both beautiful and delicious.

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This creamy summer squash is highly durable and has an excellent disease package. Chiffon has been impressive during trials, proving to be unique because of its extremely slow seed formation and as a heavy producer that is both beautiful and delicious.

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