Few female flowers

concorder(9)June 4, 2010

I have four plants that have been in bloom for a couple weeks now but all except one of the flowers is a male. The single female was fertilized and a pumpkin is starting but all the males are dropping. Is it just luck or is there an environmental cause to such a lopsided distribution of male and female?

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Normal especially for the larger pumpkins.

    Bookmark   June 4, 2010 at 6:58PM
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