The Q&A Archives: pumpkin plants

Question: My pumpkin plants that I grew under the lights are now in the garden,the leaves are turnig yellow.What can I do?

Answer: Now that your plants are out in the garden they are probably just adjusting to the higher intensity sunlight. Yellowing leaves can indicate overwatering so be sure to soak the soil throughly and then allow the top inch to dry out before watering again. You can feed your pumpkin plants if you haven't already done so. A foliar application of liquid ferilizer can help green things up for you. Best wishes with your plants!

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