Preparing For Pumpkins

Now that it’s oficially fall an eye is being kept on pumpkin patches which are greatly impacted by our weather beginning in the spring and even into the fall.According to Evans Orchard owner Kevan Evans, while pumpkins like rainfall to start in the spring, come summer and fall drier weather is better because too much rainfall can introduce problems in the patches.Even though much of our spring and summer have been on the wetter side for much of the season, Evans said their pumpkin crops have been doing as good as ever as they prepare for the fall season.




Source: MG News

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