Growing pumpkins

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  1. Jake Monteleone

    Jake Monteleone Active Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Hi everyone my name is Jake am 13 and i live in Caboolture just wanting to tell you that i am growing pumpkins and they are going great, and they are quit big. so i was just telling you if you want to grow them, grow them because they are amazing and hear are some photos as well.
    They will also be ready to harvest in about 3 weeks



    regards Jake
    Enjoy
     

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    Wedgetail Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Hi Jake well done they are looking great I bet your family is happy with you for supplying good food for this time of shortages. Do you know what variety of pumpkin they are? . Cheers Dave
     
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    Looks great, I have a spot ready to go for planting some pumpkins
     
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    Hi Jake
    Do you hand pollinate the female flowers or just let the bees do it
    What else do you grow up your way mate
    keep you the great work
     
  5. Jake Monteleone

    Jake Monteleone Active Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Hi dave sorry for the late reply
    they are kent punk-ins.
     
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    Jake Monteleone Active Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Hi lucus sorry for my late reply
    i just let the bees pollenate my flowers
    And i also grow cucumbers and tomatos and heaps of lettuce
    but we have some figs that are in there dorment season now so they are not growing figs at the moment
    Regards Jake
     
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    Just planted some seeds this week. First time in raised beds som interesting to see how they go
     
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    Jake Monteleone Active Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Hi letstoke hope they go well for u
    regards Jake
     
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