crookneck


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Synonyms for crookneck

yellow squash with a thin curved neck and somewhat warty skin

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Yellow crookneck squash is part of the gourd family, a variety of Cucurbita pepo, which includes both winter and summer squash.
has scrutinized bees pollinating pumpkin, zucchini, and crookneck and straightneck squash in fields near his laboratory.
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In the southeastern United States, colleague Blair Sampson scrutinized blossoms of pumpkin, crookneck, straight neck, Lakota, and zucchini squash at one of the ARS Southern Horticultural Laboratory field sites in Poplarville, Mississippi, and in nearby McNeil.
Harvest Summer squashes, such as crookneck, pattypan, Italian and others, will keep producing if you continually harvest maturing squashes and apply plant food monthly, but be stingy with plant food on tomatoes.
The best-known summer squash are zucchini and yellow crookneck or straightneck, and scallop, or Patty Pan.
Canada Crookneck is a very old heirloom squash that also originated with the Iroquois Indians.
All squash flowers are edible, from acorn to patty pan squash to crookneck squash .
The third is colorful mixture of sliced yellow crookneck squash, red Anaheim and Fresno Chiles, and more garlic and yellow onion.
Subsequently, other fruit types were reported, such as the "Butternut" type, which was derived in the 1930s from a Crookneck fruit (Mutschler and Pearson, 1987; National Research Council, 1989).
1 medium crookneck squash, unpeeled, ends trimmed, and cut into 3/8-inch slices
Summer squashes--such as the crookneck, straightneck, and zucchini--are cultivars of C.
Their bright orange crookneck squash is a good bush variety for outdoor growing, as well as the pure yellow pear tomato.
1 cup) 340 Okra, cooked (1/2 cup) 310 Baby carrots (8) 290 Orange (1) 240 Lettuce, iceberg (1 cup chopped) 190 Squash, crookneck or straightneck, raw (1/2 cup) 190 Tomato, raw (1/2) 80 Cabbage, raw (1/2 cup shredded) 50
In addition to the substitution of cornmeal for flour in bread and cake recipes, there was the use of pumpkins and crookneck squash in pies, the accompaniment of turkey with cranberry sauce, and the replacement of yeast with pearlash (a forerunner of baking power) as a leaven in doughs.