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Organic Honeynut Winter Squash
Organic Honeynut Winter Squash
Organic Honeynut Winter Squash


 
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We love Honeynut! Super sweet and lusciously creamy, Honeynut is the length of a spoon and was developed here in the Finger Lakes by Dr. Michael Mazourek at Cornell University.


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Organic Honeynut Winter Squash We love Honeynut! Super sweet and lusciously creamy, Honeynut is the length of a spoon and was developed here in the Finger Lakes by Dr. Michael Mazourek at Cornell University. Each fruit averages less than one pound and will store well in January when cured well. Honeynut will ripen from green to mottled green/bronze to full buff bronze when fully mature. Though it is a long day squash its resistance to Powdery Mildew assures your crop will have the full season to mature if you get it planted in early June.

110 days to maturity

Cucurbita moschata

Seeds to Always Direct Sow
When to Harvest Your Winter Squash

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So tasry and a great seving size. October 10, 2018
Reviewer: anthony reale from allen park, MI United States  
These were little gems, powered mildew resistance was great, lots of fruit. Ad so , so tasty, like as sweet potato had a baby with a butternut squash.  Pure Excellence,

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Nice Little Squash October 2, 2018
Reviewer: Jennifer from Northern NYS  
I planted two Honeynut plants from transplants this year.   Yesterday from the two plants I harvested about 22 squash.
The one I cooked immediately was pretty good eating.  They weren't the best I've ever had, but they were well worth growing again when you consider how prolific they were, and how easily they grew. Their size made them easy to cut up and cook, as well.  No getting out the ax or dropping them on concrete to open them up.  So that's a big plus right there.  With squash at the stores selling for $1.49 a pound, this was a great investment for me.  From the store these I grew probably would have cost $45!  The one I cut up was average sized and about 1.25 pounds.

Conditions this summer (dry) probably did not make the best squash, even if the compost kept them "watered:" to an extent.  I'm hoping for better flavour next year and am looking forward to trying them again.  
You can't disregard the cute factor, either.  :)

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September 29, 2018
Reviewer: Matthew Glenn from Hector, NY United States  
Good production

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August 16, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Buffalo, NY United States  
Doing awesome in the field

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January 31, 2018
Reviewer: Paul Casey from Gainesville, NY United States  
did not produce other seeds i had from year before did produce

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