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Mexican sour gherkin tubers

 
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Mini melons, Mexican gherkins, whatever you like to call them. Are the tubers edible? I dug up a bed I had them in last year and found tubers, radish size on the roots. I put them in peat and stored them, they look healthy and firm so I planted them and we'll see if the take. Just wondering if anyone has experience with the tubers.
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