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Suburban Gardener

Western Washington

Hello everyone! Since a new growing season is getting underway, what are people using in Excel to track their growth and such?

I saw the app and that would be a great idea, but I'm cell phone-free because I'm thrifty and introverted, lol!

Thank you in advance! This forum has been tremendously helpful in getting up to speed with large pumpkin growing vs. medium or small kins.

3/14/2019 8:44:32 PM

Kerry gross

Thomas wv

Go to Google type gpc pumpkin chart one will be on thier. I just typed that it worked for me I tried to copy link did not work for me to paist

3/14/2019 9:39:19 PM

Kerry gross

Thomas wv

It should be about 4 or 5 down

3/14/2019 9:42:20 PM

Suburban Gardener

Western Washington

Got it! Thank you Kerry! I hope all is well with you and yours!

3/14/2019 9:58:58 PM

Smallmouth (Team Ozark)


I track my OTT measurements in Excel then calculate % of OTT of each measurement for every pumpkin since they are unique (tall, long, etc). From there I pick my goal OTT and can calculate my final target measurements by pumpkin with the % ratios. Once I figure out the targets I add in a column that tells me inches for 3 measurements needed by day after real measurements are entered. There’s no benefit to doing this really, but fun way to track.

3/14/2019 10:52:42 PM


Morgantown, WV

Congratulation on being cell phone free, not too many people in the world can claim that title anymore!

My Excel program requires me to input handwritten numbers old-school style in a notebook with a waterproof cover :) Cell phone is just to post pics of my tiny vegetables.

3/15/2019 7:00:01 AM

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