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Cushaw White Squash



Cushaw White Squash is gourd shaped with a long neck and bulbous base. It has white skin with very pale green bands on it, and pale orange flesh.

The squash will weigh 4 1/2 to 8 1/2 pounds (2 to 4 kg.)

High yields; 2 to 3 squash per plant.

100 to 130 days from seed.

Storage Hints

Will store from 4 to 7 months.

History Notes

Cushaw White Squash was popular in the American South; known since at least 1891.

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Also called:

Jonathan Pumpkins; Cucurbita mixta Cushaw White (Scientific Name)

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