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  • Butternut fertilizer application tables… Butternut((Featured image by: Butternut Citrouille Courge - Photo gratuite sur Pixabay)) (Cucurbita moschata) fertilizer requirements can be calculated if you know your soil type and…
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Butternut fertilizer application tables according to soil types

butternut fertilizer recommendation

Butternut1)Featured image by: Butternut Citrouille Courge – Photo gratuite sur Pixabay (Cucurbita moschata) fertilizer requirements can be calculated if you know your soil type and have a good idea of the yield potential of your land and climate. These are basic norms and your specific microclimate and variety can have an influence on the total…

The production of pumpkins and squashes

pumpkins squash growing guide

Pumpkins and squashes belong to the family cucurbitaceae and are related to calabashes, watermelons and muskmelons. Pumpkins and squashes probably originated in America from where they spread to Europe and other parts of the world. Pumpkins were introduced to South Africa when the first Europeans arrived and they imported the seed from Brazil. An interested…