Squash Growing Stages


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Squash plants can be one of the most rewarding vegetables in the garden, though growing them has its challenges. Summer and winter squashes are all members of the cucurbit family, which has many pests and quite a few specific cultivation requirements. Pest control can be achieved through careful planting arrangements and watchful vigilance; organic farmers will have the best results through the tedious job of picking off bugs by hand. Beyond this, consistently hot growing temperatures are the non-negotiable requirement for successfully growing squashes of all kinds.