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Pumpkins and squash are some of the easiest and most rewarding of all homegrown crops, requiring  few tips & tricks to produce jaw dropping flavour.

 

However there is one simple hint that can dramatically transform the flavour of your harvest, which can boost their sugar content up to 400% while also improving their colour and nutritional content.

 

What is this magical trick ? Do nothing but wait, as squash only produce their very best flavour after a few weeks of storage

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EXTRA SWEET SQUASH (BY DOING NOTHING)

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A SCIENTIST'S GUIDE TO AWESOME STUFF TO GROW

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GROW FOR FLAVOUR

COPYRIGHT JAMES WONG 2017

Based on an exhaustive review of the most cutting edge scientific research, my new RHS book reveals for the first time the secrets to growing crops for measurably improved flavour and nutrition.

 

Translating geek speak into a set of simple tips & tricks, it shows how anyone can grow maximum flavour with minimum labour.

The exact length of storage does vary noticeably between varieties. Between one month for 'Crown Prince' to up to three months for 'Butternut' types. Never fear though, I have given a table of full listings in my book 'RHS Grow For Flavour"

 

The only important thing you need to remember is that they be kept cool and dry, in a well ventilated place. A garage or a shed would be perfect. And in just a few weeks you won't believe the difference. Don't believe me? Try it yourself, then apologise to me on twitter.

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ADAPTED FROM  "RHS GROW FOR FLAVOUR" PUBLISHED BY MITCHELL BEAZLEY

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