I think you will have an easier time of it if you will well water. the soil in the pot and have the hole already dug. I can't tell for sure how far apart the plants are but it looks like about 6". I usually plant my squash about 8" apart but I think instead of trying to seperate the intertwined roots I would plant them together in the same hole. Make the hole substantially wider than the pot but only as deep as the soil in the pot. Mix a couple of handfuls of organic fertilizer with the soil you removed from the hole and pack it down around the sides of the now planted squashI'll try later today, thanks. I hope they survive
And you planted in the ground or in pots? Yeah, I am outside of a little place called Tarpley about 80 WNW of San AntonioI didn't know. Mine sprouted over a month ago but then it died. Except for one little plant that I transplanted to one of the beds but it's not doing good at all. I'll plant some more this weekend and see if I'm lucky this time. Are you in the Hill Country?
Tarpley isn't really a place, it is a zip code. My place is about 25 miles from Bandera. Okra is not conducive to transplanting but I don't know the reason why.I started them inside and then transplanted them to the ground.
I've never been to Tarpley. I think Bandera is the closest I've ever been.
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