Clip of the Week: Planting Squash and Cucumber

May 20, 2011 at 4:35 AM 2 comments

Happy Friday, everyone!  Boy, what great weather we had all week!  Let’s hope it stays through the weekend, if not longer!

In this week’s clip, we highlight a few different varieties of pumpkin, squash, and cucumber.  Also, we offer some advice on planting your selections this season.  See our video below for full details:


As always, our videos can be viewed on our channel (link to the right) or downloaded for free from the iTunes Store (search for “ed hume”).

Have a wonderful weekend, enjoy this weather, and we’ll see you here again on Sunday.


Ed Hume


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  • 1. Trudy  |  May 20, 2011 at 8:39 AM

    When you were here in Yakima last year for our Master Gardeners workshop you told how to glue seeds on a paper so that the rows would be uniform. Needless to say, I didn’t write down what type of water soluable glue or paper you used. My husband wants to know. Please let me know. I truly would appreciate it. Trudy Riffe, Yakima Master Gardener

    • 2. edhume  |  May 22, 2011 at 6:42 PM

      Hi Trudy:
      Myrna uses tissue paper (wrapping type) and a water base glue. Some of the Elmer glues are water based…and I am certain there must be others too.
      I just lectured to Master Gardener’s and the public in Elma and one of the Master Gardener’s brought me a tape they had done…so we planted it yesterday.
      Wishing you a most successful and bountiful gardening season!
      Ed Hume


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