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madhavi
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December 6, 2010 - 5:55 pm
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Hello All

Started growing Zucchini seeds got from GG. Planted four of the seeds (they are like pumpkin seeds) One of them came up really fast and has a true leaf now ready for transplant. The others are chugging along. I am really excited for them to grow fast as have not eaten zucchini since we moved back to india - they are soooooo expensive here.

I also have some chery tomatoes that are comming along nicely.

Will try and get some pictures if my camera still works, my children are lord and master over it right now.

GG it has been rea;;y cold in HYD lately will it be OK with the zucchini??? As these are warm climate plants.

Talk to all soon

Madhavi

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madhavi
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update to zuks

comming along nicely - after two weeks from sowing transplanted them - 3 in plastic containers and one in the soil (ground) just to see how they will fare -

tomatoes are growing little slowily - have one true leaf will be trasplanting soon

madhavi

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December 16, 2010 - 11:13 pm
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Good to hear that they are coming along nicely. Do keep us updated.

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January 7, 2011 - 1:47 am

To cultivate the soil around the squash plants to keep weeds at bay. Stakes leave the zucchini growing out of the country, and when the zucchini are plants that have long enough shade in soil that weed seeds can not grow.

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