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Basic Collection Information and Status
Squash (Cucurbita maxima, Cucurbitaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   Navajo
Collection Site   Arizona, United States (latitude: 36°; altitude: 6,100 ft / 1,900 m)
Collection Year   1995
Accession Status   Active
Catalog Information and Instructions
Navajo Gray HubbardEX015
Large, blue-gray fruit with thick orange flesh. Easy to grow, stores well and tastes great. Common across the Navajo Nation.
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Current availability of this variety is summarized below. We encourage the use of these seeds to benefit humanity and strive to facilitate access through a number of channels.
        Seeds of this variety are not currently available for distribution. If you are interested in this accession for research, seed increase, or repatriation purposes, please contact us.
Collection Site
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The Native Seeds/SEARCH digital photo collection for this accession is provided below.
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Characterization and Evaluation
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Squash IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
Squash fruits vary in shape, color and flavor. Flowers, seeds and growing tips of vines are all edible. All fruits can be eaten when small and immature as summer squash, and mature as winter squash.In spring after soil warms, or with summer rains, sow a few seeds 1" deep in basins 3-6' apart, allowing room for abundant vine growth. Squash likes soil rich in compost.An insect-pollinated annual, varieties of the same species will cross. Allow fruits to ripen and mature on the vine until skin is hard and stem brown. After harvesting, fruit needs to after-ripen for 30 days in cool location. Remove seeds, wash and dry before storage.
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