Squash-Meot Jaeng I Ae (Aehobak) Korean

Squash-Meot Jaeng I Ae (Aehobak) Korean

Brand: Whitwam Organics
Item Number: 3084-01

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Cucurbita moschata (Duschesne) Poiret
Meot Jaeng I Ae  (Aehobak)- 
    also called Korean zucchini or Korean courgette.  Aehobak is an edible, green to yellow-green summer squash that has the shape of zucchini, but with thinner, smoother skin and more delicate flavor. Commonly used in Korean cuisine, this squash is very popular because the fruit's flesh is very dense and has a delicate soft texture. Fruit has a mild sweet flavor when harvested at about 6-8" long and the skin is still shiny. Although nearly all summer squashes are varieties of C. Pepo, Aehobak belongs to the species C. Moschata. Just like most of the other members of this species, Meot Jaeng is is vining variety reaching lengths 3 to 10 ft.
  • Maturity: Approx. 65-70 days
  • Planting season: Late spring/Early summer
Cucurbita moschata (Duschesne) Poiret
Meot Jaeng I Ae  (Aehobak)- 
    also called Korean zucchini or Korean courgette.  Aehobak is an edible, green to yellow-green summer squash that has the shape of zucchini, but with thinner, smoother skin and more delicate flavor. Commonly used in Korean cuisine, this squash is very popular because the fruit's flesh is very dense and has a delicate soft texture. Fruit has a mild sweet flavor when harvested at about 6-8" long and the skin is still shiny. Although nearly all summer squashes are varieties of C. Pepo, Aehobak belongs to the species C. Moschata. Just like most of the other members of this species, Meot Jaeng is is vining variety reaching lengths 3 to 10 ft.
  • Maturity: Approx. 65-70 days
  • Planting season: Late spring/Early summer