There are some garden issues you just have to chuckle about, while making sure they do not produce larger issues.
If left up to themselves, almost all of our vines would have grown up into trees, like this one has. The first to try was a pumpkin vine. I was not exactly looking forward to having pumpkins growing 20 – 60 feet off the ground, so I kept pulling it off the limbs and redirecting it. As the trellis it was grown up was located directly under the tree, this was an ongoing issue. Then the cucumbers decided to try and got away with it for a while, till I noticed and pulled them out too.
What I forgot to pay attention to was the back side of the compost pile. In previous years our vine producing plants have not grown nearly this vigorously, so it was never an issue. Seem the pile was just high enough for them to reach up and grab the lowest edge of a branch. That was all that was needed. Now we have a pumpkin growing on the vine about 10 feet in the air. I will let you know how it goes, as I am too curious to pull it out now.