Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash
Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash

Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash

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Early Prolific Straightneck
Cucurbita pepo

42 days — 'Early Prolific Straightneck' has become the standard yellow, straight-necked type, summer squash in many parts of the United States.

The fruits taper towards the stem end and are a nice lemon yellow color.  They are mature at twelve to fourteen inches long but are tender and succulent when they are five to six inches long.

An "All-America Selection®" winner in 1938. Bush-type plants.  Each packet contains four grams, which is approximately 36 to 40 seeds.
Great producer
These seeds came up great indoors and grew so fast I had to re pot them into a larger pot before it was safe to put them in the garden. The squash were tasty and just as they should be. Even the plants that got little attention produced wonderfully. We will definitely be growing these again!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Valparaiso, IN. on 3/7/2014
5/5
Wonderful Squash
I grew these in 2013 in my summer squash garden. We grew several different varieties. The seeds sprouted just fine. I didn't have the bumper crop yield due to cooler temps. But the crop I got tasted wonderful. These are a nice mild sweet squash. I cooked or ate most and froze any excess for winter use. These also tasted great in my zuchinni relish. I will grow these again this year.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
5/5
Well...it is a bit too prolific (wink).
It is early, it is hardy, but it is a bit too prolific (wink). Fruits stay wonderfully edible up to impressive sizes, harden off and keep very well, too. BUT: they just won't stop coming! Oh, the humanity...
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from NW PA. on 12/1/2013
5/5
Great squash
I planted three seeds of this and was amazed at the number of squash it produced. Its very easy to grow and tastes great!
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Reviewed by:  from Phoenix, Arizona. on 5/24/2011
5/5
Love this squash!
Grows great and produces loads of nice squash! Does get killed by squash bugs and squash borers sometimes though. I haven't found a summer squash that doesn't.
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Reviewed by:  from DFW, Texas. on 3/2/2019
5/5
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