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I have some extra squash. A co-worker is interested in buying some. What is a fair price for 6-8 decent sized crooknecks? I don't keep up with prices at the grocery store, because I don't buy squash from there.

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I'd give it away, too-- but I think a couple bucks sounds fair if they are insistent. If they are -- well, it's cool to have your food-producing skills aknowledged and appreciated. good for you. :)
 

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I give away vegetables from my garden to various co-workers. If anyone mentions buying them, I simple say that a donation to the cause (my farm) would be fine, but I am giving them away for free.
 

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Farmer's market here: 89 cents a pound. I'd give it away, though.
 

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For me at farmers market the going price is three for $2 for zucchini. I don't have crooknecks. They get to pick out small or large ones so I don't get blamed for anything. Some take big; some take small. It all works out in the end.
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i was thinking 75 cents per pound to a friend. i just got back from the grocery store and cucumbers were 99 cents each.
 

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Free, in fact, I pay my coworkers to take them off my hands.

(Don't tell WIHH!)
 

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bill in oh said:
99 cents @ lb!!!!

It's highway robbery - cucumbers don't even eat the ethanol-depleted corn supply!!!!

i don't even know what the weight of the cucumbers were...they were 99 cents each. i have about ten dollars worth getting soft on my counter now, lol. not to mention the cucumber and onion salad in the fridge. time to put the dill to use i guess.
 
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