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That's about right. YouThat's about right. You wouldn't want to seed pumpkins more than a few weeks before transplanting. When you plant indoors to early, the plants get rootbound by the time you put them outdoors and won't transplant well. In fact, pumpkins aren't great at transplanting in general; they prefer to be seeded in the ground, but the soil has to be quite warm so we understand why some people try to seed indoors.

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