I'm not sure how basic and far back the squash threads go. Crossing squash is pretty easy. If you are particiular you tape a female flower of the mother squash before it opens (inflated ovary on a short stalk. After it would have opened. Then you rip an anther off the father squash (no inlation, longer stalk, contains anthers full of pollen when ripe). You open your female flower dab that anther on the stigma and tape that flower back closed again. If you aren't particular just grow both varieties together save your seed and they'll cross on their own eventually.
Just as Andrew said! Welcome to new people on the forum. We enjoy hearing what you are up to, what you are growing, what does well and what is a challenge. If you tell us where you garden, that can help comment appropriately. Glad you found us.
Hello, I am newbie here. This forum has a lot of interesting information. I have already spent a lot of time reading in the forum, I like what I have seen. What brought me to this place is my interest for sweetpotato. I grow other vegetable and berry too in my garden, sweetpotato is a new vegetable for me. Live in cold climate Norway.
Post by organicgardening on Jun 24, 2021 5:32:47 GMT -5
Nothing quite compares to the wonderful plants grown in an organic garden. Everything from flowers to herbs and veggies can be organically grown in the home garden. Organic garden is not harder to grow , but it does take a bit more advance planning!
If you have never tasted organic garden-fresh vegetables (lots of people haven’t!), you will be amazed by the sweet, juicy flavors and vibrant textures. There’s absolutely nothing like eating fresh and organic vegetables, especially if you grow them yourself!