Pumpkin Seed Planting with Acid?

Answer Pumpkins prefer a neutral soil pH between 6.0 and 7.5, but they can also grow in a pH up to 8.0, which means they like alkaline soil. Acidic soil, with a pH lower than 6, contains less nitrogen, ph... Read More »

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How Long After Planting Does it Take to See a Pumpkin?

Pumpkins, with their lush foliage and colorful fruit, are the joy of the fall garden. They need full sun, a long growing season and rich, moist soil. They also need at least 25 square feet per plan... Read More »

How do i soak pumpkin seeds before planting?

PreparationsSoak a paper towel with water. Squeeze towel gently to remove excess water.Placing SeedsFold the paper towel in half. Place seeds on one-quarter of the towel and fold it over the seeds... Read More »

How to Preserve Pumpkin Seeds for Planting?

It's fun to go to the pumpkin patch in the fall and pick out the perfect pumpkin. Once you get the pumpkin home, cleaned and carved, you don't have to just throw out the excess seeds. You can prese... Read More »

How to Prepare Pumpkin Seeds for Planting?

The seeds left over from carving a Jack o' lantern should be dry before you plant them in the ground for a pumpkin harvest the following year. If left wet, they will quickly die in cold soil. Depen... Read More »