I’ve been thinking what items I need to get before the 2020 giant pumpkin season starts. How many of these items do you need to get?
What can you do to help make your pumpkin patch weed free when it comes time to planting? If you have a small area like I do, polythene can help.
What did I find when I went to Fieldays 2019? Find out who I spoke to this year.
This week I dealt with a soft blossom end on the pumpkin, and got my hands on a new type of mouse trap.
October is fast approaching which means giant pumpkin growing time is almost here. In this post I think about the different bits and pieces I need to get for my growing season.
The last couple of weeks have flown by doing lots of things for the pumpkin carnival, I harvested the miniatures and received the stickers I had ordered.
It has been raining a lot lately, hampering weed spraying plans, I’ve also come up with a way to store water.
To help prepare my small patch, I used a tool called the Weedo. Find out what it is and what you can do with it.
I talk about how to track your giant pumpkin growing season and why you would want to do that.
I’ve hunted out the best timelapse cameras for giant pumpkin growers I could find and put all that information all together in one spot.