How to Plant a Vegetable Garden : How to Grow Squash in a Vegetable Garden

Learn how to grow squash in your vegetable garden in this free online video guide to vegetable gardening. Expert: Scott Reil Contact: www.safelawns.org Bio: Scott Reil is an accredited nurseryman and longtime horticulturalist with over two decades of experience in the field. Scott is now working for www.safelawns.org. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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10 Comments

  1. aclawrence1 says:

    I have a silly question. How the heck do I get the text off of the video?!? lol I would like to actually SEE what he is talking about and not the text! Thanks!

  2. deadmetalhead86 says:

    Scott is cute

  3. gunkapoor says:

    Agree

  4. tinkygarden1878 says:

    YW! Yes, probably. People say they love hot, hot weather, but I think they like 70′s and 80′s the best.Try planting in early spring.

  5. galingkotalaga says:

    thx tinkygarden.. i actually planted and harvested some.. most plants don’t grow big and yield only a couple of fruits per plant. i live in vegas & it’s too hot right now, do u think that’s d reason?

  6. tinkygarden1878 says:

    Just buy the seeds. Then plant 3 seeds 1 inch deep in large hills 3-4 feet apart. Do not buy them already grown in a 4 or 6pack. Always start curcurbits (Squash, Cucumber, Pumpkins, Watermelons, etc) from seed. They do not do good transplanted.

  7. galingkotalaga says:

    how to plant squash? but you’re only talking about types of squash. pls change your title.

  8. dumb7890 says:

    i just handed a bag to my nebior

  9. Spiritree41 says:

    I am so excited about planting this season…Great idea with the soapy mist it works real good on roses a herbacide would be last result. When you can plant these depends on your zone. The seed packs will show you. It wouldnt hurt to use a pot but they tend to spread out far like melons. Good luck.

  10. sirenamber says:

    This is a good video, but you didn’t really tell me HOW to plant squash; you just told me that there are a lot of tasty varieties. When is the best time to plant them? How deep do I plant them? Can I grow squash in a pot or planter? Also, what do I do about the squash beetle, once it has shown up? Is there a plant that I can plant near the squash that maybe deters them, or is a little dish soap and water spray in the larval stage enough to be rid of them? Thanks!

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