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27 Nov 08 Emma (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I planted some seeds over 3 months ago (not having done any research before) in my small vegie avery and a week ago the seedlings have poped up so I gather its because our temps are between 27 and 35 here most days. The seedlings are all in one area someone has told me to seperate them but when I did that last time with pumpkin seedlings almost all died even though I did it with care. If I leave them where they currently are will they survive and poduce fruit? or should I risk it and move them?
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