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How deep should I plant my summer squash?

Asked by zensky (13367points) May 6th, 2012

Just wondering.

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nikipedia's avatar

Are you hungover? (I am.)

CWOTUS's avatar

You can’t plant it deep enough, in my opinion. I’d suggest a cave in Siberia.

marinelife's avatar

“Plant Summer Squash seeds 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) deep, in pre dampened hills, for bushy cultivars: plant 3 to 4 plants per hill, in hills 18 to 24 inches” 2Be Seeds

AstroChuck's avatar

As deep in my gullet as you can. I love the stuff.

Coloma's avatar

Yes, a couple of inches. Squash is ultra hardy, I have had old squash tossed in a compost pile emerge weeks later with no water, buried deeply.

blueberry_kid's avatar

WAAAAY deep.

Just kidding. My aunt has her own garden, and she says about 3 inches into the soil.

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