How To Produce More Zucchini and Squash In Your Garden!

5 responses

  1. Daryl
    August 12, 2014

    Does this work with cucumbers as well? I did notice a lot of bees around the flowers. So maybe I won’t need to help with pollination.

  2. adrienne @ whole new mom
    August 15, 2014

    We’ve had NO LUCK with zucchini ever. I can’t figure out why. We can try this but likely it will have to be next year – that is, if we are willing to try it again. Thanks for the tips.

    We think we had a worm the first year, and this year we heard it might have been spiders. No idea why we can’t get zucchini to grow.

  3. Brian
    August 15, 2014

    I would say most important thing is your soil and fertilizer. A nice fluffy soil and some phosphorous containing fertilizer like fish bone meal.

    • Halle Cottis
      August 19, 2014

      I think quality soil is the key. If you have good quality compost in your soil, then no need to fertilize.

  4. Brian
    August 19, 2014

    True, but the whole article is about producing more zucchini. Top dress your soil with a bit of fish bone meal when they start to fruit and they will have more nutrients when thy need them, instead of slowing down production later in the season, you will have more zucchini than ever!

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