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 How to Know Bush Squash From Vine Squash?

Answer Squash grows on two types of plants -- bushes and vines. Although it is common for winter squash such as pumpkins and acorn squash to grow on vines, and summer squash such as yellow crookneck squas... Read More »
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Does a cross pollination of a gourd and a squash create an edible squash?

Answer Most gourds that I am familiar with are from a different genus - Lagenaria. In that case they will not cross with each other. Some decorative gourds are in the genus Cucurbita and will cross... Read More »
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Varieties of Bush Squash?

Jokes about having more zucchini than friends aside, squash is one of the delights of the summer vegetable garden. Even small gardens have room for squash, which is a bush-type plant rather than a ... Read More »
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How to Cook Scallopini Squash (Summer Squash)?

Scallopini squash are small squash similar to zucchini in texture and taste. They come in both green and yellow shades and can be used in the same ways as zucchini.
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Is cushaw squash winter or summer squash?

According to Slow Foods USA, the cushaw squash is a winter squash. In the warmer climates of the southern U.S., the green-striped cushaw can also be grown to produce a spring harvest.Source:Slow Fo... Read More »
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