2012-08-02 / Local & State

It’s No Teeny Zucchini!



Ken Strait poses with a trombone zucchini grown in his Harrisonville home garden. The specialty zucchini measures 44 inches long and weighs 6 pounds. Strait said the seeds in the plant are all at the bottom which makes the neck of the zucchini exceptionally good eating. He said he has harvested about five of the plants so far this year. Ken Strait poses with a trombone zucchini grown in his Harrisonville home garden. The specialty zucchini measures 44 inches long and weighs 6 pounds. Strait said the seeds in the plant are all at the bottom which makes the neck of the zucchini exceptionally good eating. He said he has harvested about five of the plants so far this year.

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