Very tasty variety whose fruits can be consumed before full maturity. Epidermis and flesh of orange color. The fruits are from 2 kg to 2.5 kg. They are drum-shaped like those of the "Buttercup" variety. Very large storage capacity. Good productivity. Growth: 100 days. It is very flavorful and never stringy.
Variety introduced by the University of Wisconsin in the USA. It was obtained during an improvement process initiated by Prof. James G. Moore, in 1958, from three varieties: "Golden Hubbard", "Rainbow" and "Greengold". With Mooregold, Prof. James G. Moore achieved his goal of creating a small squash with high quality dry flesh, without the "Buttercup" turban and the green colorings of "Greengold".