Adding ammonia to fertilizer- pumpkin questions
I am so frustrated about my pumpkins.
I can not get some of the plants to produce female flowers. The few that have- have withered and died even after hand pollinating.
I planted the seeds around the beginning of June.
We have had high temps in the 90's and I am treating for PM.
I saw in another post about adding ammonia to liquid fertilizer. What does the ammonia do to the pumpkin plant?
Could the high heat be an issue with my plants?
I have tons of male blooms.I have a lot of happy bees! LOL
Some of the plants refuse to grow any vines off the main vine.It is as if they have stopped growing. (white pumpkins)
I have about 12 plants of different varieties of pumpkins and would love even just one pumpkin for my daughter to have for Halloween.
My squash, cantaloupe, tomatoes, and watermelons have done well so this problem has me stumped.
Thanks in advance.