Translation of summer squash in Spanish:

summer squash

tipo de calabaza, n.



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    tipo de calabaza
    • Finish seeding bush snap beans, lima beans, sweet corn, winter and summer squash by early May to avoid heat damage.
    • One is zucchini, a summer squash that produces so prolifically that in the end we can hardly give it away.
    • There will be a round of grilled onions with soured cream, summer squash with garlic butter, mushrooms with a thyme and balsamic vinegar dressing, and as many zucchini as my plants can send me.
    • ‘The one pulling up my summer squash is Maggie Dowen,’ continued Adam, sighing in dismay at the destruction of yet another of his plants.
    • Try the Portobello Napoleon - layers of mushroom, sautéed summer squash, spinach and goat cheese marinated in balsamic vinegar and topped with a roasted garlic tomato.
    • Zucchini and summer squash should be picked when they are 6-to - 8 inches long.
    • Unlike summer squash, butternut squash has a hard, inedible skin that is easily removed with a vegetable peeler.
    • The crooked neck summer squash, scorned by many, is delicious if properly prepared.
    • If seeds begin to mature inside beans, peas, cucumbers, and summer squash, the plants will stop making new fruits.
    • The notoriously prolific zucchini is perhaps the best-known summer squash, but the group also includes chayote, yellow crookneck and straightneck squash, as well as pattypans.
    • The reward: tomatoes by July and every-other-day harvests of beans, peas, brassica, cucumbers and summer squash.
    • Carrots, lettuce, summer squash such as zucchini, celery, asparagus and leafy greens are good vegetable choices.
    • But the best picks - especially for cucumbers and summer squash - are the smallest vegetables on the vine.
    • A borer-resistant summer squash is still some years away, however.
    • The dividing line between summer squash and winter squash thus corresponds to differences in use.
    • Along these lines, Andress also recommends refrigerating summer squash, cucumbers, eggplant, okra and zucchini and protecting these vegetables from freezing, in the same manner as leafy vegetables.
    • Peas, brassicas, cucumbers and summer squash should be harvested every other day, not every third.
    • Plant lettuce, carrots, beets, radishes, kale, kohlrabi, turnips, spinach, beans, summer squash and Chinese greens through August.
    • ‘I love the variety of vegetables,’ says Smith, ‘and I try to eat the dark leafy ones five times a week, but I also like summer squash, beets and green beans.’
    • For an early spring harvest plant peas, spinach and radishes; for summer plant tomatoes, peppers and summer squash.