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AG Late Planting

Posted by Ben_950 5b West MI (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 21, 05 at 10:11

I was given a some Atlantic Giant seeds by a freind two weeks ago and decided to plant a couple on a whim. I have zero experience with giant pumpkins, but asume it's really too late in the season to be planting from seed. They've germinated, and are healthy looking seedlings right now on June 2. Is there any hope that they'll produce fruit of size this season in Zone 5?

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RE: AG Late Planting

If you give the plants protection in the Fall from frost. You should still be able to produce a nice sized pumpkin. It is good experience for next year also.

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