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Cleaning Up After the Harvest
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How to Avoid the Money Pit
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HARVESTING YOUR PUMPKINS
Cut back all existing growth.  Old growth can be put in your compost pile, though I don’t recommend putting the vegetables into your compost.  The seeds will haunt you for years to come.  On my property I have a dedicated area for my pumpkin patch.  I have had great success with salvaging my seeds by allowing my excess pumpkins to decompose in my patch during the winter.  Come spring/early summer the patch will be ready to produce again.

HARVESTING YOUR PUMPKINS

Old tomatoes can be set a side for local wild life.  Do not use them in your compost pile.HARVESTING YOUR PUMPKINS

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