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SQ 4402

Weight: 2-3 kg
Color: yellowish to orange
Shape: globular to oblong
Fruit: early variety and prolific, fruit is flat-round, flesh is golden yellow color, thick and sticky small vines and leaves make it good for close planting and suitable to grow in low land
Maturity: 40-50 days from sowing
Remarks: squash, tropical type

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Weight: 2-3 kg
Color: yellowish to orange
Shape: globular to oblong
Fruit: early variety and prolific, fruit is flat-round, flesh is golden yellow color, thick and sticky small vines and leaves make it good for close planting and suitable to grow in low land
Maturity: 40-50 days from sowing
Remarks: squash, tropical type

SQUASH/PUMPKIN FACTS: The fruits are large, generally 4-8 kg (9-18 pounds) or more, The rind is smooth and usually lightly furrowed or ribbed; the fruit stem is hard and woody, ridged or angled, and in C. pepo not flared at its point of attachment to the fruit

The very largest varieties of pumpkin are called winter squash, C. maxima, and may weigh 34 kg (75 pounds) or more. Pumpkins produce very long vines and are planted individually or in twos or threes on little hills about 2.5 to 3 m (8 to 10 feet) apart. Pumpkins mature in early autumn, and those of C. maxima can be stored for a few months in a dry place well above freezing temperatures

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