squash - Knowledgebase Question

Oceanside, Ne
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Question by dmarino1
May 27, 2010
When u plant squash I know it has to be on a hill two plants
. Does this mean I create a hill on top of the soil then plant the plant. As u can see I am a beginner.

Answer from NGA
May 27, 2010
Sure! The easiest way to make a mound to plant squash seeds or transplants is to fill a bucket with soil and up-end it where you want to plant squash. Just turn the bucket over so the soil falls out, then spread the soil out a little and tamp it down, then plant your seeds or transplants. I hope you have a great harvest!

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