In my experience, squash really don't like their vines being...squashed...
Brandon Griffin wrote: so is it bad to step on the squash (vines?) which spreads out on the ground?
Brandon Griffin wrote:I'm reading a PDF which shows some setups for 3 Sisters. The ones of interest are the Wampanoag and Hadatsa arrangements. These arrangements don't have any paths but they do have decent space between each mound. I'm guessing the squash will fill in these spaces between mounds, so is it bad to step on the squash (vines?) which spreads out on the ground?
Brandon Griffin wrote:Hi Roger, I've attached the PDF. Hopefully, it's allowed here. The info about 3-sisters starts at page 6.
I'm glad to hear it's possible to hand water because I'm not really ready to setup permanent irrigation.
Brandon Griffin wrote:Thanks! It's very cool to see it. This is my first year growing anything so I didn't even know what it really looks like. Awesome landscape too! I wish I had hills like you have. When do you harvest? I'll be interested to hear if the yield is a success or not.
Brandon Griffin wrote:That's a bummer to hear. Do you think you might should have done some things differently? Timing, spacing etc? What varieties did you use?
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