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big pumpkin advice
Here is one that grew by accident, last year they bought a large pumpkin for a display at work, at the end of the season it was thrown into our organic matter spring there was a pumpkin plant growing from some leftover e was a total of seven large pumpkins, this was the largest, probably close to 100lbs, needed two people to lift it out of the golf is nearly as big around as the half wine barrel it is next basically grew on a compost heap and we had plenty of rain.I only gave them some MIracle Grow when they were little.
So, here is some advice:Get some seeds, you will not get a giant pumpkin from the seeds of a regular for someone throwing out a big pumpkin about the size you want to grow, swoop in and grab the pumpkin, gut it and save the seeds for next just buy or order seeds for Big Max or one of the other large should say how big they get on the kins don't transplant well, so better to plant the seeds directly.
Prep the pumpkin plot:Gather as much leaves as you can, run them over with the lawn mower to chop them up and pile them on the area and leave them there over the winter, add compost, manure whatever you can can add more come spring, the spring turn all the stuff in to the the time comes plant the seeds in hills(mounds) and then leave the strongest seedling per can give them some fert to get them summer comes stand back you might get swallowed by the them to sure they have enough water, give them extra if it hasn't rained.
For a 100 pounder you shouldn't have to do anything too you have grown regular pumpkins successfully you should be fine to grow a big start with seeds for a big of the crazy stuff you might see if for the GIANT pumpkins and the competition to grow the biggest.I think this year there was a 1600 lbs pumpkin....WOW!
Come September/Oct you should have some big pumpkins ready pick and luck.