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  • Adonis Pumpkin (Farmore)

    Adonis delivers on reliably producing tall/barrel shaped fruit that mimic the standards of dark color, distinct ribbing and sturdy handle popular in traditional round varieties. Distinctive long handle is sturdy and firmly attached.

    DELAYED APRIL 2024

     

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  • Aladdin Pumpkin (Farmore)

    For those who want large pumpkins! Reliable and productive. Fruit is similar in color, look and handle quality to Magic Lantern but is larger in size.

    NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, NY, OR, PA, TX, WA or THE NEW ENGLAND STATES!

     

     

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  • Apollo Pumpkin (Farmore)

    A complement to Aladdin with improved handle size and handle attachment. Surface is slightly rough!

    NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, NY, OR, PA, TX, WA, or THE NEW ENGLAND STATES!

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  • Ares Pumpkin (Farmore)

    Tall shape is unique and satisfies those customers looking for a different look. Fruit is consistent in its appearance and sizing and sports a sturdy and long handle for easy carrying. Adds diversity to traditional orange pumpkin displays.

     

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  • Aspen Pumpkin (Treated Seed)

    A Howden type but with smaller vine. Aspen F1 has what you need: thick stem, large fruit, solid flesh, great orange color. Growing on a semi-bush plant, Aspen F1 should be planted later than Howden. Control the size with plant population. A terrific pumpkin for high yields of jack o’lanterns that sell.

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  • Autumn Pearl Pumpkin (Farmore)

    Pie pumpkins are a favorite everywhere! Autumn Pearl makes its introduction into the pie pumpkin class with an all around eye catching appearance: sturdy handle, distinct ribbing and dark orange color. One to try for 100-110 count bins. Recommended spacing is 15 to 18 square feet per plant.

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  • Autumn Pearl Pumpkin (Not Treated)

    Pie pumpkins are a favorite everywhere! Autumn Pearl makes its introduction into the pie pumpkin class with an all around eye catching appearance: sturdy handle, distinct ribbing and dark orange color. One to try for 100-110 count bins. Recommended spacing is 15 to 18 square feet per plant.

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  • Baby Pam Pumpkin (Not Treated)

    These bright-orange pumpkins are mostly smooth, tough-skinned, very attractive and uniform in size, with long tight handles that stay sturdy after dying down. Ideal for painting and inside decoration. Vigorous vines produce large yields of small pumpkins.

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  • Baby Pam Pumpkin (Treated Seed)

    These bright-orange pumpkins are mostly smooth, tough-skinned, very attractive and uniform in size, with long tight handles that stay sturdy after dying down. Ideal for painting and inside decoration. Vigorous vines produce large yields of small pumpkins.

     

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  • Bayhorse Gold Pumpkin (Farmore)

    Bayhorse Gold yields fruit for the popular 40-count size class. Fruit is round to round-tall in shape with a clean shape and sturdy handle. This is a full vine, needing room to run, and a plant population of 1700/acre is recommended.

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  • Bellatrix Pumpkin (Farmore)

    Bellatrix produces a consistent round shape with smooth shoulders. Trials have shown Bellatrix to be consistent in size and one to try for bin applications. Handle quality is good, with sturdy marketable handles.

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  • Big Doris Pumpkin (Farmore)

    Deep ribs and plenty of them make Big Doris a standout in its size class. Round to tall fruit with a thick and embedded handle.

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