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Squash Hunter Seeds

  • Catalogue Code 1020-2145
  • Pack Contents: 15 Seeds

According to the breeder, Hunter is ‘The result of a decade of selection for growing in UK conditions'.

It is very hardy and will grow as far North as Lancashire!

Maturing up to four weeks earlier than most, it has a more compact, open habit with slightly smaller fruit and an excellent flavour.

It is a good storage variety.

Growing Calendar for Squash Hunter Seeds

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Sow Indoors
Sow Outdoors
Plant Outdoors
Harvest
01-Dec-2014
Rating: 4

still to plant

28-Nov-2014
Rating: 3

Great, prompt service. Hard to tell about the rest of the questions as I wont grow the seeds until next spring.

13-Nov-2014
Rating: 2

Not a good year for us for squash or courgette - too dry at the wrong tiem

Squash Hunter Seeds 1020-2145

The perfect Butternut Squashes. Stores well.

Sow Indoors: March-May 1½in (4cm) deep in individual pots of pre watered compost. Keep soil moist at all times. Temperature 65-70F (18-21C).

Sow Outdoors: May-June 1½in (4cm) deep, in required harvest postion in well manured soil in the sunniest part of the garden.

Plant Out: May-June. Harden off young plants before planting out in the required harvest position 36in(90cm) apart when risk of frost has passed.

Grow On: Leave strongest plants to mature watering copiously in dry summers. Pinch out the tips of the main shoot at 24in (61cm) water the soil not over the plant.

Harvest: July-October

 

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