Squash Plants

Yellow Squash Starts


iloveeggplant added on August 26, 2012 | Answered

This is the first time I have grown yellow squash. There were a lot of little starts of squash. Was I to pull some off so others could grow rather than a lot of little ones?


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Heather
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Answered on September 9, 2012

It is really up to you. Some people like to grow bigger squash fruit and they may thin the smaller ones to get the larger ones to grow. But, for the most part, people like to pick their yellow squash small and tender, so in that case, you can leave all the fruit on the plant as they won't be on there long anyway.

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