Early Summer Crookneck Squash derives from North America and is a bush type plant that produces copious yields of buttery-yellow squash with narrow curved necks. This heirloom is very tender, full of flavor, and are extremely easy to grow and will produce throughout the summer. Plant this squash after the last frost. The seeds should be directed 1" deep and 3 - 4 feet apart if planted in rows. Thin seedlings to 18". If the seeds are sowed in hills, they should be 5 - 6' apart and thinned to 3 seedlings per hill.
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