I have two pumpkins plants growing - obviously they are not for Halloween, as they have yet to produce. I tried planting in July but the plants just didn't tolerate the heat here in Florida.
I planted some small plants from the local nursery beginning of September. Other then a few worms, they look great, have tons of buds/flowers, but after two months no females, all males. The vines are each about 6-8 feet already. Using great compost and soil, do they need something else, or do they typically take longer to produce females
Thanks in advance.
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