Squash Specialty

Filter Products-

  • Maturity

  • Maturity Days

  • Relative Maturity - North

  • Relative Maturity - South

  • Stalk Strength

    Alexandria Squash (Treated Seed)

    $46.85$2,129.60

    Alexandria is an “Eskenderany” type; this type is popular among Mid-Eastern, Russian, and Asian markets. Shape is truly cylindrical and open plant with semi-erect single-stem allows for easy picking. Also shows tolerance to cold temperatures.

    Learn more →

    Ambermax Squash (Farmore)

    $61.71$2,805.00

    Dark red orange exterior is brilliant in color. Holds color well and stores well. Among the best for eating quality, with a tasty balance of sugars and a smooth texture.

     

    Learn more →

    Basima Squash (Treated Seed)

    $38.38$1,744.60

    Basima is an “Anita” type squash; this type is popular in Mid-Eastern markets where it is used for stuffing. Fruit is tapered to the stem. Productive.

    Learn more →

    Cassia Squash (Organic)

    $26.74$3,676.20

    This hybrid improved version of an Italian heirloom has a sturdy flower attachment and is intended to sell with the flower. Romanesco squash has a unique firm texture and ridged waxy skin.

    Learn more →

    Cue Ball Squash (Not Treated)

    $12.34$1,697.30

    A complement to One Ball and Eight Ball, but pale green in color.

    Learn more →

    Cue Ball Squash (Treated Seed)

    $12.34$1,697.30

    A complement to One Ball and Eight Ball, but pale green in color.

    Learn more →

    Deema Squash (Treated Seed)

    $46.50$2,113.65

    Deema is an “Anita” type squash. Consistently shows strong yields in breeder’s yield study trials. True tapered shape and small blossom scar.

    Learn more →

    Eight Ball Sqaush (Treated Seed)

    $15.94$2,192.30

    Round, dark and glossy, Eight Ball is aptly named. High yields, great to stuff; good item to hand-sell to restaurants or other specialty markets.

    Learn more →

    Eight Ball Squash (Not Treated)

    $15.94$2,129.30

    Round, dark and glossy, Eight Ball is aptly named. High yields, great to stuff; good item to hand-sell to restaurants or other specialty markets.

    Learn more →

    Ishtar Squash (Not Treated)

    $13.20$1,815.00

    Ishtar has a very productive semi-erect plant with a single stem and an open habit.  Compared to Jedidah, the fruit has a light pale green color with mottles.  Edible in about 35-30 days after sowing.  Suitable for the Mid-eastern, Russian and Asian markets.

    Learn more →

    Ishtar Squash (Treated Seed)

    $13.20$1,815.00

    Ishtar has a very productive semi-erect plant with a single stem and an open habit.  Compared to Jedidah, the fruit has a light pale green color with mottles.  Edible in about 35-30 days after sowing.  Suitable for the Mid-eastern, Russian and Asian markets.

    Learn more →

    Monte Carlo Squash (Treated Seed)

    $50.65$2,302.30

    “Caserta” type squash showing dark-green stripes on a pale-green background that are typical of this type. Fruit is readily harvested from upright, open plant. Productive.

    Learn more →