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Organic Success PM Yellow Summer Squash



 
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Heavy producer of smooth and straight yellow summer squash. Long season harvest because of Powdery mildew resistant and strong non-preference of cucumber beetles in Cornell’s squash trails.

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Organic Success PM Yellow Summer Squash Heavy producer of smooth and straight yellow summer squash. Long season harvest because of Powdery mildew resistant and strong non-preference of cucumber beetles in Cornell’s squash trails. We harvested 5”-7” squash from one planting all summer long.

50 days to maturity
Cucurbita pepo

Grown by Fruition Seeds in Naples NY

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November 23, 2017
Reviewer: Georgette Spinelli from Adams, NY United States  


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Long lasting squash October 10, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Narragansett, RI United States  
We picked Success a month longer than other varieties because it is resistant to mildew.

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Tender and delicious November 6, 2016
Reviewer: Teresa Bishop from Barton, NY United States  
Bore abundantly even with the dry weather. Fruits were tasty and sold well

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powdery mildew December 16, 2015
Reviewer: Loren from canandaigua, NY United States  
great creamy texture and produced all summer even as other squash stopped producing because of powdery mildew.
A standard now in our garden to make sure have great summer squash all through the season.

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frustrating July 6, 2015
Reviewer: John MacClellan from Union Springs, NY United States  
squash vine borers are ruining our crop

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