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I have this same problem -- conjoined squash. I attribute it to planting too close together -- too many seeds. I should have thinned them out. I'm no expert.
I got Jack's GIANT BEANSTALKS when I didn't TRY to plant pumpkins in my MULCHED area. Now the house is almost eaten alive with the vines! lol Only one pumkin/squash, though, so out they come asap as the sun cools down. Last month it was all rains. This month it's all heat! Next month it will be NO MORE PUMPKINS! I wish they were only squash, even though pumkins are in the squash family! God bless our gardens. ; ) ><>
kewl squash...twins LOL.....I tried to grow a tomato in a pot near my house...but forgot to water it so planted it out in my flowerbed and when I water my porch flowers I lean over and water my tomato too. good luck
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