Sweet REBA Acorn Squash

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Sweet REBA Acorn Squash

4702 - Sweet REBA Cucurbita pepo. Resistant Early Bush Acorn (REBA). Another great release from Cornell University. Sweet REBA Acorn continues putting energy into developing fruit long after most squash varieties have succumbed to powdery mildew. This means that the critical stage of sugar production is not debilitated by the disease late in the season. Plants have compact bush habit and produce very high net yields of marketable fruit. Fruits average 4-5 per plant and are 1.5-2 lbs, uniform, and nicely rounded. Great storage variety.

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