The giant Chayote squash

I may seem overly excited about this squash, since it is grown in other areas as "just another plant". But here in northern California, it's not something we normally see and I consider it a strange and uncommon plant. Especially due to our growing zone and season.

A few things I didn't get mentioned; the Chayote like s rich well drained soil, a general purpose organic fertilizer or vermi-compost 2 or3 times through the summer and water, but do not over water. Pruning is okay, but will quickly grow back. 100-150 squash, that will be the other oddity. I have spent most of the year watching and waiting for this plant to grow and have now reached harvest time. Thanks for your support!