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(HY) 42 days.Very early prolific yellow straightneck type. Fruit is smooth, glossy butter yellow. Compact, yet open plant produces heavy yields over a long fruiting period. Best picked small, 6-8”L is best. Keep fruit picked to stimulate better production. Store and package well. Approximately 280 seeds per ounce or 4,500 seeds per pound.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 44 days. High yielding open bush habit makes for easy picking. Produces glossy blackgreen, long, straight, slender fruit with slight ridges. Greenish white flesh is firm with a fine, delicate flavor. Best picked when 6-8”L while still tender or even smaller for “baby” zucchini. Very versatile: Use in soups, salads, sautés casseroles; slice thin for dips, batter and fry or in veggie lasagna. Freezes well. Approximately 3,600 seeds per pound or 220 seeds per ounce.
(HY) 42 days. Very productive yellow semi-crookneck squash. Vigorous, dense bush provides good protection for the uniform, bright yellow, smooth fruits with green stems. Strong curved necks transition to smooth bulbs at the blossom end. Stems twist easily from the plant for easy harvest. Resistant: Powdery Mildew. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
(HY) 41 days. Dependable performance and high quality make it a favorite of the hybrid crooknecks! Open type, vigorous plant produces heavy yields of very flavorful and tender 5-6”L semi-crook, uniform, shiny lemon-yellow squash. Best harvested when 6”L. Hold up well after picking. Excellent for Home Gardens and Fresh Markets! Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 42 days. One of the earliest crooknecks that just keeps on producing! Compact 2’H x 3-4’W bush produces heavy yields of firm buttery yellow fruits with a narrow, swan-like, curved neck. Creamy flesh is very tender, mild and sweet. Turns deeper yellow and “warty” as it matures. Best when harvested at 5-6”L. Excellent fried, steamed, baked or sautéed. Perfect choice for Home Gardens and Fresh Markets. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 42 days. Most popular of the straightneck squashes! Bush type plants produce high yields of creamy yellow skinned, straight fruits that are slightly smaller at the stem end. Can be planted close together. Good yielder. Best picked at 4-7”L or smaller for “baby” squash. Sometimes this fruit will turn green on aging vines or late plantings, especially when stress conditions are present. Harvest frequently to promote new production. Versatile squash can be eaten raw, pickled or cooked in many dishes including sweet breads. Favorite for Fresh Markets and Home Gardens. Approximately 340 seeds per ounce or 5,440 seeds per pound
(HY) 35 days. Unique round, dark green shiny zucchini with a rich buttery flavor! Vigorous plants produce excellent yields of uniform speckled fruits with white-to-pale green flesh. Open bush type plants have short spines and yield consistently over the entire growing season. For best flavor, harvest when fruit is 2-3” in diameter. At full size, it is ideal for stuffing; at immature size, it is fantastic steamed whole. Very adaptable. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
(HY) 45 days. Very early and productive! Upright open plants produce cylindrical, glossy dark green 7-8”L x 2” diameter fruits. Very tender, firm creamy white flesh with a fine flavor. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
(HY) 42 days. Full crookneck. Precocious yellow gene masks green streaks caused by Common MosaicVirus. Highly productive, open bush type plant features buttery yellow smooth fruit. Flesh is creamy white, tender and crispy. Best picked when no more than 6”L. Excellent yields for Fresh Markets and Home Gardens. Resistant: Powdery Mildew. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
(HY) 39 days. Early traditional straightneck! Precocious gene masks mild virus infections. Vigorous plant produces attractive cylindrical, buttery yellow smooth fruit. High yielding. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
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