Re: main vine

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Posted by Pumpkin doug on August 20, 2003 at 12:44:28:

In Reply to: main vine posted by william naida on July 26, 2003 at 11:45:07:

Huh, a mutated vine. I would cut it off where it starts getting flat, and start a second vine from the plant. find a good vine with thickness, and make sure it's not going flat. A flat vine is hard to work with, and can be snapped easily. Don't cut the other seconaries off that stem out from the leaf joints, but instead, burry them to charge up the main. I just noticed your post, hope it's not too late. If you have a pumpkin on the flat vine, then let it finish it's course, unless it already snapped off the vine.

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