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Our pumpkin plants are doing great with an uncountable amount of male flowers, and every so often, a few female flowers pop up. The problem is the female flowers go yellow and fall off the plant at a tiny size. Do you know why this is?
Also, do you know how long it takes before you can pull out a ready carrot from germination?
Thanks;):ROFLMAO:



 

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Hello!
Our pumpkin plants are doing great with an uncountable amount of male flowers, and every so often, a few female flowers pop up. The problem is the female flowers go yellow and fall off the plant at a tiny size. Do you know why this is?
Also, do you know how long it takes before you can pull out a ready carrot from germination?
Thanks;):ROFLMAO:



The females are not being pollinated. Carrots take anywhere from 70 - 90 days from seeding to harvesting depending on variety.
 
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Thanks about the carrots but the thing with the pumpkins is that the female flowers don't even open though they still go yellow! So they don't get a chance to be pollinated.:cool:
Thank you again!:)
 
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Thanks about the carrots but the thing with the pumpkins is that the female flowers don't even open though they still go yellow! So they don't get a chance to be pollinated.:cool:
Thank you again!:)
It could be because your nighttime temperatures are not right. They look like young plants so be patient.
 
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You could try a potassium feed as well, and, since you have so many, and need so few, remove 2/3rd of the male flowers.

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our strawberry plant is constantly giving more babies - which are too giving more babies. Never have any of them given any strawberries! Do you know why this may be?

Also, how can i tell if my papaya plants are male or female?

Thank you!!!
 
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our strawberry plant is constantly giving more babies - which are too giving more babies. Never have any of them given any strawberries! Do you know why this may be?

Also, how can i tell if my papaya plants are male or female?

Thank you!!!
This video should explain the papaya.

https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+tell+the+difference+between+male+and+female+papaya+trees&oq=how+to+tell+female+papaya+tree&aqs=chrome.5.69i57j0l5.15549j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpvalbx=0


I haven't a clue about the strawberries
 
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