1. These annual vegetable crops are vining, climbing, or bushy succulent plants. The fruits are grown for eating, oil processing, or containers. Fruits are harvested before seed maturation for fresh consumption. Varieties used for oil are harvested when the fruits are fully mature and the vine stem...
  2. Abstract, Medicinal Chemistry, 2016 TheCurcurbiteaefamily, also referred as cucurbits form a very large group with approximately 130 genera and 800 species and can be cultivated in warmer region of worldwide and make popular food crop plants some of these species include squashes, pumpkins,...
  3. This chapter deals with the biology of squashes, pumkins, zucchinis and gourds (Cucurbita species). It contains information for use during the risk/safety regulatory assessment of genetically engineered varieties intended to be grown in the environment (biosafety). It includes elements of...
  4. This bulletin specifically deals with the pumpkin variety "Delica", which is grown for the export market in Japan. Directions are given for raising and fertilzing the pumpkins, along with pest and leaf disease control and storage and shipping of the pumpkins.
  5. Cucurbits include cucumbers, gourds, muskmelons, pumpkins, squashes and watermelons. As such, they represent one of the largest and most important groups of horticultural food plants, and are grown throughout the world. In common with other books in this series, the aim of this book is to present...
  6. The Gourd Book provides fascinating scientific information and folklore about these remarkable plants and keys for identifying species.