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Why Are My Acorn Squash Seedlings So Tall?

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Transplants are usually started in the winter or early spring when there is less sunlight, so it is common for seedlings to reach for more light. This makes the plants top heavy with weak stems. If your plants are leggy and are not exposed to sun
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It was a wet early spring followed by a hot. dry summer. And it is a "mast" year for oaks, every 7 years they drop more acorns to insure survival.
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Acorns are delicious because they are able to be used in so many recipes. You can make Acorn Grits,
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