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One Ball Hybrid Squash F1


One Ball Squash is a hybrid, round zucchini with vigorous, disease-resistant plants and heavy yields of bright yellow fruits. Bush growing habit. Fruits best picked at 2-3″ in diameter. C. pepo. 50 days to maturity.

Treatment: Untreated


Be sure to check out our Summer Squash Growing Guide to learn more tips & tricks on successfully growing summer squash.

One Ball Squash is a hybrid, round zucchini that resembles the one ball in billiards. Fruits are a bright, shiny, yellow color with a crisp texture and nutty, squash flavor. When grown in the warmer, summer months, fruits may have a more pronounced green ring on the blossom end. Harvest at 2-3" in diameter for optimal texture and flavor.

One Ball Squash is a vigorous variety with disease resistance to watermelon mosaic virus and zucchini yellow mosaic virus. Plants have a bush growing habit with minimal spines for easy harvesting. Plants are prolific and produce frequent, bountiful harvests throughout the warm growing season.

Squash may be direct seeded or transplanted, although we highly recommend direct seeding. To ensure a good stand, we recommend planting squash Seeds every 12" along the intended row. Once plants emerge, thin plants to one every 2 feet. Squash can be susceptible to plant diseases like downy mildew and powdery mildew if leaves receive excess moisture. As a result, we recommend using drip irrigation on squash to reduce plant moisture and feed plants more effectively. During periods of heavy rainfall, using a fungicide like Liquid Copper can help to alleviate disease pressure as well.

Squash are a crop that will require multiple harvests throughout the growing season. Regardless of variety, squash will have better flavor and texture when harvested on the small end of the spectrum. We recommend harvesting every 2-3 days to ensure no fruits become too large and unpalatable. When squash plants cease production, remove the plants from the garden to prevent any fungal spores from overwintering and becoming a problem in future years. Proper crop rotation is extremely important with all squash varieties to reduce disease and pest pressure.

One Ball Squash Planting Information

Planting Method: direct seed

When to Plant: after last frost

Planting Depth: 1/2"

Seed Spacing: 18-24"

Row Spacing: 5-6'

Days to Maturity: 50

Disease Resistance: Watermelon Mosaic Virus, Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus

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