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Old 04-26-2011, 07:39 PM   #11
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Dang that's enough punkin for 15 thanksgivings!
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Old 04-26-2011, 07:51 PM   #13
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welcome to the forum,everyone here is really friendly and will gladly help you with your aquaarium.
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Dang that's enough punkin for 15 thanksgivings!
In case you are curious Josh, the one on the left weighed 1095 pounds, the one on the right about 700.
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holy crap! did you eat it after?
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NO! It was taken to an official weigh-in (was the WV record for a short time) then taken to a county fair, then cut up and placed into the compost pile. I wouldn't eat any giant pumpkin I grew. Some of the pesticides needed to grow those monsters can be dangerous. My regular vegetable garden doesn't get that kind of treatment...mostly organic, but I will resort to chemicals if needed.
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Besides, if I was going to make pumpkin pie, I would use hubbard squash.
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did not know pesticides were used but boy that's a monster
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Besides, if I was going to make pumpkin pie, I would use hubbard squash.
but thats not pumpkin sorry im only 14 love cooking but dont know much
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