Sounds like Florida or South Texas. Its getting late there for first crop. Due to some pollination related issues there is a lull when the heat gets intense. The corn, squash and melons will do ok with water. Not sure 'bout carrots, as I do not grow them.Didn’t want to start too many threads to ask another question, so I was hoping someone here could answer. Should I plant corn, carrots, watermelon, and squash in a section of my yard that receives direct sunlight throughout the day, or a section where it receives direct sunlight for part of the day and then is shaded for the rest of the day as the sun’s position in the sky moves? I’m in planting zone 9b and we get pretty hot summers with a lot of days in the 90’s to low 100’s
Southern California actually, and it says on the back of the seed packs (scarlet nantes and danvers) that this is the last month for carrots. So according to what it says on the seed packs, I still have time left but time is short. What do you think about where I should plant, direct sunlight throughout the day or only part of the day and shaded for the rest?Sounds like Florida or South Texas. Its getting late there for first crop. Due to some pollination related issues there is a lull when the heat gets intense. The corn, squash and melons will do ok with water. Not sure 'bout carrots, as I do not grow them.
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