Each 1 packet contains - 10 seeds of squash.
Description for Squash Golden Yellow
Squash come in two main types: summer squash and winter squash. While there s not much difference among the tastes and textures of summer squashes, winter squashes offer a wide array of flavors.
Summer squash (Cucurbita pepo) produces prolifically from early summer until the first frost and Winter squash (C. maxima, C. mixta, C. moschata, and C. pepo) is grown in the late fall season and bear the fruiting in the winter season.
Planting and care
Squash is a seasonal vegetable. It is very susceptible to frost and heat damage, but with proper care, it will produce a bumper crop with very few plants.
You can sow the direct seeds in October and January to February month into the pot or ground. Use the potting mix as the soil, vermicompost, and coco peat. After sowing watering should be done as sprinkler manner.
Caring for Squash Golden Yellow
- Mulch plants to protect shallow roots, discourage weeds and retain moisture.
- Plants love lots of compost and will produce better if well fed.
- When the first blooms appear, apply a small amount of fertilizer as a side-dress application and water thoroughly.
- After harvest begins, fertilize occasionally for vigorous growth and lots of fruits.
- For all type of squash, frequent and consistent watering is recommended.
Typical uses of Squash Golden Yellow
Special features: Fruit
Culinary use: Squash is used for the pickle, salad, and freezing.
Medicinal use: Squash has plenty of natural poly-phenolic flavonoid compounds like a and ÃŸ-carotenes, cryptoxanthin-ÃŸ, and lutein.
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Nicely packed. Have tried some of the seeds and they germinated quite well - would recommend to all
Best buy....paisa vasool seeds pack
Seeds have sprouted - Guess rest depends on climate and how well i look after it.
Very Good Quality Seeds
Good germination rate..n what impresses me the most is the amount of seeds they provide..good work!