Red Kuri Winter Squash


Red kuri squash is thin skinned orange colored winter squash, that has the appearance of a small pumkin without the ridges. It belongs to the Hubbard squash group.

Red kuri squash is commonly called “Japanese squash”, “orange Hokkaido squash”, “baby red hubbard squash”, or “Uchiki kuri squash”. In Japan, the word kuri may refer to either the squash discussed in this article or to Japanese chestnuts. In France, it is called potimarron, and in the United Kingdom, it is commonly called “onion squash”.

This hardy squash grows to maturity in full sun and is drought tolerant.

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Red Kuri Winter Squash

  • 20 seeds
  • Organic
  • Open pollinated
  • Distance between plants – 12-24″
  • Distance between mounds – 2-4′
  • Full sun
  • Water every 2-3 days
  • Days to maturity – 95 days
  • Days to germination – 2 weeks
  • Spread – 20′
  • Cucurbita maxima
  • Germination rate: 100%

Sow:  Indoors 2-3 weeks before last frost or direct seed after last frost 1’’ deep Harvest:  When fruit is ripe and leaves have turned brown

 Seeds produced : High Mowing and Tourne-sol Farms


Additional information

Weight 0.006 kg
Dimensions 8.255 × 0.3 × 11.43 cm

Cucumber beetles, squash bugs, and vine borers are all common pests for cucurbits. Protect young plants with floating row cover. Squash bug eggs found on the undersides of leaves may be crushed by hand. For vine borers, cut out of vines and hill soil over the wound. Keep field borders mowed and remove plant refuse in the fall; spring plow to bury pupae. C. moschata types are less susceptible to vine borers. Pyrethrin sprays may offer some control.

Common cucurbit diseases include powdery mildew, downy mildew, bacterial wilt, and phytophthora. Avoid problems with adequate soil drainage, good air flow, insect pest control, and crop rotation. If necessary, check with your local Cooperative Extension Service agent for specific control options


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