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I planted the pumpkins this morning. Hopefully, they'll do better than last year when all the pumpkin plants got drowned by unusually high rainfall.


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Pavel314 wrote:
I planted the pumpkins this morning. Hopefully, they'll do better than last year when all the pumpkin plants got drowned by unusually high rainfall.


good luck!

it's not really been warm enough for that yet here.


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On Monday, May 20, 2019 at 9:43:40 PM UTC-4, songbird wrote:
Pavel314 wrote:
I planted the pumpkins this morning. Hopefully, they'll do better than last year when all the pumpkin plants got drowned by unusually high rainfall.


good luck!

it's not really been warm enough for that yet here.


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We had a high of 87 today but it's supposed to be in the 70's tomorrow.

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Pavel314 wrote:
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We had a high of 87 today but it's supposed to be in the 70's tomorrow.


i'm hoping we'll see the lower 80s by later this
week.

we just came off several evenings in the mid-30s so it
isn't going to be warm enough yet.

we'll see what next week brings...


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On Monday, May 20, 2019 at 5:46:14 PM UTC-4, Pavel314 wrote:
I planted the pumpkins this morning. Hopefully, they'll do better than last year when all the pumpkin plants got drowned by unusually high rainfall.


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Six days after planting, all 15 hills have pumpkins sprouting on them. I think the daily watering helped.


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