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Pumpkin Seeds 30 Ct NON-GMO FREE SHIPPING - Help a Non-profit

Seeds Grown in Kansas USA

Hand Packaged with Care by our Participants Program - Students 18-21 on an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The program prepares students for post-secondary opportunities, such as living independently, obtaining a job, navigating the community, and accessing local resources. 100% of the sales support this program.

I'm donating the sale to the non-profit group The Gifted Learning Project. Let me know if you have any questions. Each year I pick the seeds from the best and save them for next year. Extra seeds I donate for sale here to help the non-profit group The Gifted Learning Project, which helps people overcome their disabilities with their gifts. Each year I have extra, I only need a hand full, so I donate them to the non-profit for this sale. One, to help the non-profit, and two, to help others start gardens with great-tasting home-grown fruit. A win/win.

Thank you for looking! - Email me If you have any questions. Family, eBay buyers, and friends have good luck with my seeds. The photo is of actual origins. All are grown organically, but I want to save money on having them certified organic—all heirloom seeds with non-GMO. Free shipping. Seeds Grown in Kansas, USA, by the seller.

Supported by SARE ORG - Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Project and The Gifted Learning Project.

The 18-21 transition program is designed for young adults who have completed high school requirements for graduation but need additional help to prepare for adult life. The community-based program provides a curriculum tailored to these moderately to severely disabled. It seeks to engage the participants with meaningful, hands-on activities consistent with their ability level. Individuals will develop skills in the areas of career and life management. Components of the program include community-based life skill instruction, work settings, and social skill instruction.

HOW TO PLANT Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkins are a fun and easy crop to grow in your garden, and they can provide a bountiful harvest of large and small pumpkins and delicious pumpkin seeds. Here are the basic steps for planting pumpkin seeds:

  1. Choose a site: Pumpkins prefer full sun and well-drained soil with a pH of 6.0 to 7.0. They also require a lot of space, so ensure you have a large enough area for them to spread out.

  2. Prepare the soil: Work it to a depth of at least 8 inches to loosen it and remove any large debris. Add compost or well-rotted manure to improve the soil fertility and moisture-holding capacity.

  3. Sow the seeds: Sow the seeds directly into the soil about 1 inch deep and about 4-6 inches apart. If starting indoors, sow the seed about 4-6 weeks before the last frost in your area, and transplant them to your garden when the soil has warmed up.

  4. Water the area: After planting the seeds, water the area thoroughly to help settle the soil and ensure good seed-to-soil contact. Be sure to keep the soil consistently moist until the seedlings are established.

  5. Thin seedlings: Once they are up, thin them to the final spacing of about 4-6 feet apart. This will give them enough room to grow and spread out.

  6. Wait for germination: it can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks for the pumpkin seeds to germinate. Be patient and keep an eye on the area, watering as needed to keep the soil moist.

  7. Care for seedlings: Once the seedlings are established, continue to keep the soil evenly moist and provide a balanced, slow-release fertilizer if needed. Keep an eye out for pests and diseases and take appropriate action if necessary.

Eating pumpkin is a great way to get a variety of health benefits. Pumpkin is a nutrient-dense food, meaning it’s low in calories but high in essential vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, and iron. It also contains fiber, which helps keep your digestive system running smoothly and can help reduce cholesterol levels. Additionally, pumpkin is high in antioxidants, which can help fight off free radicals that can damage cells and cause chronic diseases. Eating pumpkin may also help boost your immune system and help protect against certain types of cancer. Finally, the beta-carotene in pumpkin can help improve your vision, and its magnesium content can help regulate blood sugar levels.

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