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Re: Punkins


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Posted by Tyler(WA) on February 20, 2001 at 09:09:17 from (12.13.226.15):

In Reply to: Punkins posted by Whiskers on February 20, 2001 at 07:59:40:

I don't know why they wouldn't grow down south.

Watch the clay soil though. Pumpkins are heavy like watermelons and can rot on the vine if sitting in the wet. Clay holds a lot of moisture so you might try a shovel of sand under each pumpkin. Others have used straw. Let us know how things turn out.


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