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Squash Trouble Before It’s Too Late

We have solutions to make this your best season yet

Fine Gardening – Issue 158
Plan ahead for a healthy crop. Even squash plants that produce a plethora of produce can develop problems. With a little foresight, you can avoid pests and diseases and reap a beautiful bounty, like this.

 

Green zucchini, yellow crooknecks, and pattypans—all summer squash are tasty, early bearing, and easy to grow, especially if you use good organic methods. But with even the best of crops, things can go wrong. Here are some problems to anticipate and ways to prevent and correct them if they occur.

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