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Table Queen Acorn Winter Squash
Table Queen Acorn Winter Squash
Table Queen Acorn Winter Squash
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Table Queen Acorn
Cucurbita pepo

80 days — Table Queen is a green-shelled variety whose fruits resemble an acorn in shape. They are about six inches in diameter at maturity. Very prolific, a good keeper, and great for cutting in half and baking.

Introduced by the Iowa Seed Company in 1913. Vining. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 30 seeds.
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Great Little Squash
This was a new plant to grow in 2013. I grew this plant with my corn and other winter squashes. I planted the seeds in mounds. I mulch my gardens and the vines grow very nicely with the corn. I put out 3 mounds and got about 20-30 squash. These are very easy to cook and have a nice taste. I didn't process these but am storing them in cold storage. They are still doing great in January storing them in a cool area. I feed them to my chickens as well as cook with them. Very easy to grow and they make nice fall decorations as well.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
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