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 Are pumpkins poisonous?

Answer Pumpkins aren't poisonous. But, firstly, they are in the cucumber family. A characteristic of that family is toxic levels of nitrate in foliage from too high levels of nitrogen in the soil. Such le... Read More »
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Can uncut pumpkins grow other pumpkins inside them?

Do smaller pumpkins have more seeds than bigger pumpkins?

Bigger pumpkins have up to 50 seeds while a small pumpkin has up to about 25 seeds.
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Where did pumpkins come from?

Pumpkins are native to America. The early English used the term 'pumpion', later 'pumpkin' to refer to what we know as winter squash.farm lands and if that's not it i do not know
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How to Use Pumpkins?

Pumpkins abound during the harvest season and Halloween just wouldn't be the same without them. A versatile fruit of the species Cucurbita pepo or Cucurbita mixta, pumpkins are often treated as a v... Read More »
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