We Grow Pumpkins Hokkaido

Gourds are a very diverse group of annual plants. The ripe fruits of cucurbits can achieve weight from a few grams to several kilograms (30 kg). The diversity of this group of vegetables grown illustrate the surface of the fruit, which can be smooth or warty costal color that is a shade of green through yellow and orange to red as their actual shape (round, flattened, elongated, bulbous etc.). It is seen that pumpkins are not just for kitchen use, but the fruit can also be used to decorate the interior. Definitely beautifying function of the fruits specially bred varieties known as ornamental pumpkins. The fruits of this group of pumpkins grow a few centimeters and as decoration outside and inside last few months. Pumpkins reap from September to October.

Another kind of gourd, whose cultivation is very popular is pumpkin Hokkaido. Compared with conventional varieties of pumpkins, about which a lot of people think that they are only suitable for compotes and jams, a Hokkaido pumpkin in the kitchen considerably wider use. It can prepare many of her tasty, fast and also cheap food (recipes for them to be on the internet to dozens). It could therefore say that until now, this kind of garden crops are very suitable.

In general, for all kinds of vegetables, pumpkin is true that not doing very well tolerate transplanting. Therefore, most of the outdoor varieties sown at an outdoor habitat. Seed Soak overnight to accelerate germination. For direct seeding can grow and thermophilic pumpkin Hokkaido. But because the seed into loose soil can only occur in May, předpěstováním gain a significant edge plants. Seeds pumpkins Hokkaido sown individually in pots with sowing substrate to a depth of about 2 cm. Seedlings are grown on a light station to the stage where they form true leaves.

Less thermophilic species of pumpkins can be sown directly on beds. We proceed similarly as when sowing cucumbers, which are related with pumpkin. When sowing into loose soil to prepare the wells for at least 30 cm wide and deep. Pumpkin plants because they are the first tracks (that means that thrive on good vyhnojených furrows) zapravíme them a sufficient amount of compost or manure. Wells again fill up and cover about 15 cm thick layer of soil vyhnojené. Created hrůbek ensure good drainage. For larger varieties prepare well, up to 45 cm deep and 60 cm wide flat seeds sown after two or three. After planting plants we protect and mulched.

After germination seed jednotíme per plant. According varieties need Pumpkin distance of 2-3 meters. Gourds and pumpkins grow best in bright areas with regular and abundant watering. To plant branched out and subsequently spawned more, shoots huge varieties (which include the Hokkaido pumpkin) of two meters zakrátíme.

To facilitate ripening, remove all the leaves that shade the fruit. Fruits, again according cultivars, reap for 12 to 20 weeks after planting. If intended for storage, leave them on the plant as long as possible. Ripe fruit can be recognized by cracks in the stem and by hardened hulls. Reaping the fruits before the first frost is left open shank.

The fruits of pumpkin Hokkaido is a significant amount of vitamins and minerals. The most important of these include: phosphorus, calcium, potassium, magnesium and vitamins A, B and C. Their consumption is high in fiber and low energy content at the same time as a suitable diet for everyone who holds a weight-loss diet. Gentlemen will appreciate the pumpkin seeds to relieve prostate problems. Eating pumpkin can also be useful in diseases of the spleen and pancreas or stomach problems or poor kidney function.

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