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Pumpkin F1 Hybrid 406 - Vegetable Seeds

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1 packet contains pumpikin - 3gm seeds.

Pumpkins do require a lot of food and a long growing season (generally from 75 to 100 frost-free days) so you need to plant them by late May in northern locations to early July in extremely southern states.

Pumpkins can be made into sweet or savoury dishes, their seeds are healthy and fun to roast, and they serve as beautiful, bright fall decorations. Growing pumpkins is easy and inexpensive, since they thrive in many different regions. Pumpkin is an annual plant with short cycle grown commonly in the tropics between March and June.

Seeds Specifications

Seeds per Packet 10
Common Name fluted gourd, fluted pumpkin, ugu
Height Height: 1.5 to 3 feetSpread: 5 to 15 feet
Bloom Time Summer,spring
Difficulty Level Easy

Planting and care

  • Pumpkins are very thirsty plants and need lots of water
  • Water one inch per week
  • Water deeply, especially during fruit set
  • When watering: Try to keep foliage and fruit dry unless it is a sunny day
  • Dampness will make rot more likely
  • Pumpkins are also greedy eaters
  • A regular treatment of manure or compost mixed with water will sustain good growth
  • Fertilize on a regular basis
  • Use a high nitrogen formula in early plant growth
  • Fertilize when plants are about one foot tall, just before vines begin to run
  • Switch over to a fertilizer high in phosphorous just before the blooming period
  • Remember that pumpkins are tender from planting to harvest
  • Control weeds with mulch
  • Do not overcultivate, or their very shallow roots may be damaged
  • Most small vine varieties can be trained up a trellis
  • Larger varieties can be trained upward on a trellis, too,though it is an engineering challenge to support the fruit,usually with netting or old stockings
  • Pinch off the fuzzy ends of each vine after a few pumpkins have formed
  • This will stop vine growth so that the plant s energies are focused on the fruit
  • If your first flowers aren t forming fruits, that s normal
  • Both male and female blossoms need to open
  • Be patient
  • Bees are essential for pollination, so be mindful when using insecticides to kill pests
  • If you must use, apply only in late afternoon or early evening when blossoms are closed for the day
  • Pumpkin vines, though obstinate, are very delicate
  • Take care not to damage vines, which reduces the quality of fruit
  • Pruning the vines may help with space as well as allow the plant s energy to be concentrated on the remaining vines and fruit
  • Gardeners who are looking for a prize for size pumpkin might select the two or three prime candidates and remove all other fruit and vines
  • As the fruit develops, they should be turned (with great care not to hurt the vine or stem) to encourage an even shape
  • Slip a thin board or a piece of plastic mesh under the pumpkins

Pumpkin F1 Hybrid 406 care

  • Planting by SeedPumpkins do best when the seeds are directly planted in the ground
  • If your growing season is very short, seed indoors in peat pots about 2 to 4 weeks before last spring frost
  • Be sure to harden off before transplanting
  • Wait until the plant soil is 70 F or more before sowing seeds
  • Optimum soil temperature is 95 F
  • Pumpkins are very sensitive to the cold
  • Plant seeds in rows or,pumpkin hills, which are the size of small pitcher mounds
  • With hills, the soil will warm more quickly and the seeds will germinate faster
  • This also helps with drainage and pest control
  • Prepare the hills in advance with an abundance of old manure dug deep into the ground (12 to 15 inches)
  • If you don, t have manure, loosen the soil and mix in a 2- to 4-inch layer of compostPlant the seeds 1 inch deep into the hills (4 to 5 seeds per hill)
  • Space hills 4 to 8 feet apart
  • Your plants should