How to Sow
You can grow spaghetti squash all year in tropical climates. In cooler ones, you will need them to develop during the warm summer months, so sow in spring. Leave about 70cm between planting stations containing two to three plants each to give your vines room to grow.
How to Harvest
Allow spaghetti squash to ripen on the vine. The plants often shrivel at this point. The fruit should be yellow, and the skin should be hard (you can try scratching it with a fingernail to check this.)