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Extension Spotlight



It’s that time of year again. Time to harvest the pumpkins. Each variety has its own date of maturity. Hopefully, you noted that date on your calendar to help give you an idea of when your pumpkins might be ready. When the stems are dry and the rind hardens are the physical clues to knowing your pumpkin is ready to be cut from the vine.

Remember that date of maturity includes the germination time when the seedling starts sending up a shoot and a root develops. Here are a few different varieties:

Baby Boo — 95 days to maturity.

Hybrid Pam — 95 days to maturity.

Magician — 98 days to ma...


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