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Mark is right, if you really want to get an information regarding it then you meet to tree specialist like Arbor Care, Inc. try it out you will definitely get the answer of it.

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depends on the container size. squash plants are pretty big, even the bush variety zucchinis. i would look for dwarf varieties for container planting. and make sure the soil is well fertilized.