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33rd Annual Windsor
Zucchini Festival

We thank all of you who donated to last year’s festival and hope you will be able to continue to support our WINDSOR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT.

 

 

Please call Cindy Kruger at (352)682-2761 and volunteer for one of the committees, all of them could use the help. We especially need assistants for the TALENT SHOW.

 

We could use donations of prizes to be used for games and contest. Baskets of things for the kitchen, restaurant or grocery gift certificates or flowers for the COOK-A-ZUKE contest We have also used theme park passes and would appreciate anything you are willing to donate that we can use as a game , contest or door prize on zuke day.

 

INSTRUCTION FOR PLANTING ZUCCHINI IN TIME FOR THE FESTIVAL:

 

SEEDS OR PLANTS?

Seeds are the way to go. Plan for one plant per person in your family, tops. Anymore and you'll be up to your elbows in squash come midsummer! Direct sowing is preferred to transplanting seedlings. Like most cucurbits, squash plants can't tolerate having their roots disturbed. Most summer squash varieties are ready to harvest in 50 days, give or take a few days.

Because they mature quickly and require warm weather, you can plant them following early spring crops like peas, lettuce, or spinach. Direct sowings any time from spring (after all danger of frost is past) to midsummer works well with most summer squash varieties. In fact, waiting to plant a few seeds in midsummer will help avoid problems from vine borers and other pests and diseases common earlier in the season.

Sow the seeds one-inch deep, spacing the plantings about 18 to 30 inches apart in the bed, depending on the variety. Follow seed packet instructions. Allow plenty of growing space for vining types. Where space is limited, grow only the bush varieties.

If you have a short season or want the earliest possible crop, start a few seedlings indoors, preferably in Jiffy peat pots, two weeks before the last frost in your area. When setting out the plants, be extra cautious not to disturb the roots when transplanting them.

These instructions for planting were taken from the Burpee Seed internet vegetable page. For more festival information call 352-378-8671 or 352-682-2761 or any of the #’s listed in the activities section.

 

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