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(Fark)   Bourd out of my gourd. I'm growing some pumpkin seedlings. Ask me anything   (fark.com) divider line
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2020-04-09 10:36:16 AM  
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ktybear: Is the Great Pumpkin real? Asking for a friend


Yes.

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2020-04-09 11:20:03 AM  
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What other useful food could you have grown in the huge amount of space that the pumpkins will take up?
 
2020-04-09 8:34:32 AM  
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baronbloodbath: KungFuJunkie: From the time of planting, how many days will it be before a pumpkin is fully grown and then rots?

I'm expecting to plant within the next two weeks. The pumpkins should be fully grown by September/early October and ready for harvesting. I harvested two smaller pumpkins last year and I've still got em. Haven't rotted or anything.


That seems early, what are the night time temperatures?

Around here squash is not a good idea until about June/July when the night time temps stay above 60 or so.  Lots of cool rain is also not great because it leads to fungus.
 
2020-04-09 3:48:11 AM  
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Is the Great Pumpkin real? Asking for a friend
 
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