Largest of the hubbards. Flesh is orange with fine texture and flavor. Rupp produced.
|V42918 : Blue Hubbard New England|
|Treatment||* Pkg Size||** Price|
|FarMore FI400||250 seeds||$17.80|
|FarMore FI400||1M seeds||$47.35|
|FarMore FI400||3M seeds||$133.05|
|FarMore FI400||25M seeds||$1,058.75|
|FarMore FI400||55M seeds||$2,274.25|
* M = 1,000
** US prices shown in USD
Plant seeds ½” - ¾” deep. Plant spacing varies depending on vine type. Bush type plants should be planted closer and vine types should be planted farther apart. Squash need to have approximately 25 - 30 sq. ft.
Scout every 7 days for insect, weed, and disease pressure. Please note that the farther south one travels the smaller the fruit get and the farther north one travels the larger the fruit get. Size is relative to day length.
Cut off the vine to keep peduncle. Wash in 5% chlorine solution and pat dry. Let cure for 10 days. Keep fruit dry to prevent spoilage. Allow air to circulate around fruit.
Store at 45 - 55ºF and humidity level of 50 - 60%. Keep fruit dry and allow air to circulate around fruit.
Each variety or type of squash has an optimum plant spacing for its best performance. If plants are too close, stress and competition can decrease fruit size and possibly even reduce the number of female flowers. Under extreme stress, tight spacing may eliminate the crop entirely.
|Squash Plant Spacing Chart|