Squash bugs are running rampant this year, and they can quickly destroy your squash crop. Here are 10 fantastic, natural, ways to keep the pests off your produce and have a better harvest!
A delicious soup made from butternut squash – it has a little curry to spice things up and is so tasty in the fall and winter. Everyone loves it!
This time of year is the only time you can really get this delicious garden fresh treat…when squash is blooming, but not forming it’s fruit yet. They are so yummy, and so easy to make…you’ll have a hard time stopping and leaving some blossoms to form squash!
Are your squash failing to set fruit? Do you have lots of shriveled baby squash fall right off the vines? It might be that your squash aren’t getting pollinated. Hand pollinating is a simple way to boost your harvest when natural pollinators are in short supply.
When you grow squash, you’ll find that you have a lot of flowers that fall off the stem without producing any fruit. Those are male flowers. Only the female flowers produce fruit. There are typically 2-3 times more male flowers that female flowers. You can let those male flowers just fall off the vine, or […]
One of my favorite veggies (fruits) in the whole world is the summer squash. I love the fact that you can eat them raw, fried, stewed, or just about any other way you can imagine. They’re sweet, delicious, and very easy to grow. Today we’ll learn all about these yummy summer squash!