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Recent Comments

  • 22 Jul - Walter fargo
    Hi Lindsy. Try Kings seeds, they have two types of oil seed pumpkin (that is the type you want). Austrian Oil Seed Pumpkin and Pumpkin Lady Godiva. Be careful with the water when sowing the see...
    in Pumpkin
  • 22 Jul - John Pare
    I lived in Papua New guinea the climate is usually wet and dry season all year. Can I grow butternut pumpkin in that kind of climate?
    in Pumpkin
  • 22 Jul -
    You could wait, but just plant when they say so.
    in Yam/Oka
  • 22 Jul -
    Buy some chokos from a supermarket or grocer and wait until they start sprouting then plant. Grow on a trellis. Look up how to grow on the internet.
    in Choko/Chayote
  • 22 Jul -
    In the fridge. Don't plant so many next time. Try some succession planting next time.
    in Carrot
  • 22 Jul -
    Read the article above. Temperate - treat it as an annual. Grow it in a new position is my suggestion - think of the sun and the shade it will create - other plants.
    in Eggplant
  • 22 Jul -
    You can plant it any month except Dec. Try Sweet Corn Bi- Colour from BOONDIE SEEDS on the internet. I usually buy several packets at a time. Plant several rows 2.5' apart. When plants are 18 (?)
    in Sweet corn

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