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Pumpkin vines - The natural die out

Posted by acorn922 none (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 26, 12 at 10:18

When the vines start to die out naturally, do you still keep watering? When should I stop?
I have a couple pumpkins that are starting to turn orange, and a few that just got pollinated.

Thank you.


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RE: Pumpkin vines - The natural die out

  • Posted by Sid23 4b, WI (My Page) on
    Thu, Aug 30, 12 at 17:12

If there is any green to the vine I keep watering. Most of my vines have started dying off from the point of origination, but the outlying vines are still prospering. I especially continue to to water them if they still have green pumpkins.


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RE: Pumpkin vines - The natural die out

Glad to know I'm doing something right! lol! I've kept watering and pruning, cutting off the dead stuff so that the green vines that are still growing well, will keep producing. I didn't do well w/ my minis this yr, however, I did do well w/ my gourds.


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