This is dinner plate sized and heavy. What is it called? Is it edible? If so, how do I prepare and cook it? Thank you so much for your help.
Looks like a variety of squash but I do not recognize it.
Usually these are the larger yellow squash that got away from us while we were gone a few days.
It does help, but it isn't totally necessary. This article will offer tips on preserving vegetables:
I grew some squash plants and I don’t know what this is
Sometimes a squash or zucchini will revert, or show older genetics. They are all, still, edible.
Here is a collection of articles that will help you to learn more about squash:
Yes. This is ideal. Here is an article that will help:
I planted saved seeds this year for honey bear acorn squash. The fruit is large and nothink like an acorn squash. Will they still be edible?
This is to be expected,due to cross pollination, and yes, they will be edible.
Hello, I am fairly new to gardening, had some success so far with buttercup squash, but they are taking over my garden. I planted some in my flower beds and they are thriving trellising along the rock border. Could I just plant individual seeds in small plots alone outside of a garden, and leave logs astound for them to trellis? Thanks.
Yes, in fact, planting individual seeds is the correct way to go about it. This is so you don't overcrowd the area, which will actually give you much less of a harvest.
This article will help you to grow them:
I am growing zucchini squash plants in pots in a greenhouse. I did this last year with no problems. I am getting lots of female blossoms but very few males and not at the same time. I am attempting to save pollen. The varieties I am growing are Grey, Cocozelle and Dirani. They get fertilized once a week. What can be done to balance the types of blooms
Make sure they have what they need culturally. These articles should help: