In order for pumpkins to be ready by Halloween (Oct. 31), pumpkin seeds need to be planted between June 1 and July 1 in Texas. Most varieties of pumpkins need 90 to 120 days to reach maturity.Know More
Unfortunately, if pumpkin seeds are planted too late, there is no way to rush the maturity process. Provided they are properly cared for, pumpkins keep well after harvesting.
Once planted, pumpkins need plenty of sunshine, rich soil and water to grow. Warm weather in Texas aids in an abundance of great pumpkins. Pumpkins grow better in areas with daytime temperatures of 70 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer.Learn more about Agriculture
Sugar cane is a tropical and subtropical crop that originated in New Guinea and India and is now grown in more than 70 countries across the world. Approximately half of the world’s sugar cane is grown in India and Brazil.Full Answer >
The quality and diversity of products harvested from swidden plots is usually higher compared to other types of farming. Also called swidden farming or slash and burn agriculture, shifting cultivation is a traditional method of farming that involves using a land then abandoning in later to allow the regeneration of fertility. This method of farming is common in Indonesia, Amazon rainforest and central and west Africa.Full Answer >
In order to revive a wilted plant, a gardener needs to first determine the cause of the wilting and then act accordingly, by watering the plant or exposing it to more sunlight. Often too much water can be as much a cause of wilt as too little water.Full Answer >
Depending on the soil and environment, 28,000 to 45,000 corn seeds can be planted per acre. In Iowa, a corn field may have 30,000 plants per acre. Corn seed should be planed about 1.5 to 2 inches deep in the ground.Full Answer >