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How do you plant squash?

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To plant squash, add fertilizer or soil amendments to the soil, and build a mound of soil 3 inches high by 18 inches wide. Place two or three plants in the mound about 4 to 6 inches apart and water immediately. Lightly mulch a couple of days after planting.

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  1. Prepare the soil

    Add fertilizer or soil amendments to the soil, and work them into the soil. Build a mound of soil approximately 3 inches high and 18 inches wide.

  2. Plant the squash

    Place two or three squash plants in the mound 4 to 6 inches apart, and gently water immediately after planting.

  3. Mulch the squash

    After a couple of days, lightly mulch the plants.

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