Early Prolific Straightneck Squash
Uniform yellow, club-shaped fruits with thick, fine-grained flesh. Expect an abundance of fruits beginning in early summer. Delicious both cooked and raw, this versatile squash also freezes well.
Plant outdoors in full sun and rich soil two weeks after last spring frost. Germinates poorly in soil temperatures below 70℉. Water consistently and feed monthly with a side dressing of compost or vegetable fertilizer.
Pick fruits when gold in color. Young fruits have the best flavor. Pick regularly to encourage more fruit.