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Answered: Constructing a Villa with a Green Roof

The primary necessity to construct a villa with a green roof is to evaluate whether building structure can bear the load of the living roof. There are numerous benefits of green roof. Few advantages are listed here -- Lowers temperature of the building, provides insulation, filtering carbon and ...

Answered: No pumpkins on vines, just flowers.

frank....try this....buy a good sized, fine camel hair brush, at your local artist's store. big enough to collect the pollen from the male flowers and transfer pollinate to the female flowers. male/female flowers??? a library book on pollination/stamen/etc will enlighten you. or just collect ...

Answered: Why are my pumpkins turning yellow and falling off

Maybe you are watering them too much. They like dry, at least here in florida

Answered: Base stem dark green on Pumpkin

Thank you so much! I know this isn't the right forum/page for me...so I appreciate your help even more!

Answered: I am growing some pumpkins in south florida and I ...

I not trying to be a smart alelic, as long as this has been posted, if you still have them i have gotten alot of information on line with martha stewart. She is very organtic. Hope this helps, god bless nanadee

Answered: Pumpkin seed removal

Thanks for playing, ANDREWCRANKY, however, as always you are wrong. And defiantly not funny. Maybe you should find a different hobby, as your old hobby didn't work either, Hon.
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picking Pumpkins when they are green

This website had some really good information/ideas for ripening green pumpkins: http://www.pumpkinnook.com/howto/ripening.htm *~ ENJOY ~*

Im growing my own pumpkins. they are ready to be picked. What is the best

It depends on where you live and your climate--pumpkins turn more orange with cooler weather which means it is good to leave them on the stem until the last possible day. However, if your climate is humid or wet you also risk mold and stem rot which would destroy the pumpkin. I would suggest doing ...

Hey i have a bunch of pumpkin plants growing and ...

Sounds like bacterial wilt disease, which is partial to vining crops and which has been the bane of my melon patch this summer as well. Actually it eventually got most of my melons, cukes, and pumpkins since I had them so close together on the same trellis. There's not really much you can apply ...

When will the green heads arrive in 2013

Don't bother, they're here.