Re: [gardeners] gourd pollination

David G Smith (
Wed, 07 Jul 1999 15:07:26 -0400

Pretty house, & pretty flower pictures!

Cucurbits are prone to a whole host of problems from diseases and pests.  I
don't know enough to advise, but I wonder if it would be best to remove the
ailing plant.


>I also have a whole bed of cukes and am curious why certain plant's leaves
>are getting white or burnt and crumbly, when the rest of the plants are
>perfectly wonderful, even the same cultivars...from the same seed packet or
>six pack.  I have 15-20 cucumbers in my 4x10 bed, but it's not crowding now
>as they are still young plantlets ;)
>My garden is at
>will be posting pics of my veggie beds soon
>Bright Blessings
>Be a Fundamentalist--make sure the Fun always comes before the mental.
>Realize that life is a situation comedy that will never be cancelled. A
>laugh track has been provided, and the reason why we are put in the
>material world is to get more material. Have a good laughsitive twice a
>day, and that will ensure regularhilarity.
>--Swami Beyondananda