Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Some Really Big Pumpkins in Colorado This Year

Some better than average temperatures (not as hot this year), higher humidity, a little extra rain, better growing techniques and good grower community is providing some bigger pumpkins this year in Colorado.  Never in any year that I can remember in the past has there been so many pumpkins that had the potential to set a new state record.  Some of those pumpkins have already gone by the wayside due to disease and other circumstances but there are still some pumpkins that could smash the state record this year which is great.

This evening I did a foliar application of fish & seaweed with calcium added as a foliar application tot he 1421 plant and did 0-1-1 to the 1775 plant.

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