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Glenoma Kins

Southwest WA

I posted them in the blossom-downster(s) diary. It wasn’t blossom down but wow... what an inspiration to growing big and orange.

PS: I think I might not be the only blossom-downster next year... At least one person tried it this year and he said he actually likes growing them blossom-down! We might have a real group going next year. It might be a small group but how cool would that be... I look forward to it.

Also, I will post pics of a very small but rather nice orange blossom-down one soon.

—Glenomkins

10/10/2018 12:51:42 AM

Big City Grower (Team Green Gro)

JACKSON, WISCONSIN. ; )

I am going to her place and plan to take pics of all 3 and post them... she doesn’t do big pumpkin.com

10/12/2018 9:38:44 AM

Orange U. Glad

Georgia

That was a real nice example. Big City do you know the story behind using the 1418 Lehrer as pollinator. There is nothing in the 1418 family tree to suggest that it could grow anything over 1418.

That is what I love about this hobby is that looks at things differently. Debbie was the only one in the top 28 to use two seeds under 1550 and she produced on of the nicest 2k pumpkins ever grown.

10/12/2018 10:07:49 AM

WiZZy

President - GPC

Please send those pics to Andy Corbin so he can post them on the GPC website photo slider

10/12/2018 10:50:22 AM

farmergal

New England

how does one get a seed?

10/12/2018 2:26:20 PM

Big City Grower (Team Green Gro)

JACKSON, WISCONSIN. ; )

ill Ask to ensure I have the right info I wouldn’t want to tell yawl the wrong thing ... to get a seed ... wait in line no idea on seed count yet

10/12/2018 9:36:36 PM

Dustin

Morgantown, WV

Pics or it didn't happen Gary, you know the deal =p

10/12/2018 9:47:06 PM

North Shore Boyz

Mill Bay, British Columbia

Hey Glenomkins, give credit where credit is due, Vince (anaid_tecoud) is the king of Blossom down growing and has been doing it successful for many years before you arrived on the scene.

Awesome growing Vince, you are blossom down King!!

10/14/2018 11:14:45 AM

spudder

I guess Debbie Gantner is the new Queen of giant pumpkin growing. Congratulations to her on her feat.

10/14/2018 12:12:55 PM

Glenoma Kins

Southwest WA

I saw pictures of his and yes and I have yet to grow anything as nice as his. It was a one man sport for a long time and it was almost a one man sport again this year. With the nice weather its possible that Prince Wetzel may grab the crown this year. If I hold on to the lead, yes, I will admit to being an unworthy usurper... That is the truth! Nice ones in the past from Engel, Trychta, Rea, and Zunino the King. There have been impressive accidental blossom-down pumpkins I think the 1806 Mathison. Ps I did post a relatively small orange one in my own diary somewhere in the middle of the last handful of posts. Ball-shaped... kids might roll it down the road... I hope everyone is able to learn all they want to. Sorry for any errors or misrepresentations I do value good communication.

10/14/2018 12:55:35 PM

bnot

Oak Grove, Mn

Norm Gansert is the king of orange and now Debbie Gantner is the queen of orange. Are they related...both of their last names start with Gan....

10/14/2018 12:58:22 PM

Nic Welty

That State Up North

What did Deb grow from the     1418 Lehrer 17 plant she had in that pollinated the 2152?

10/15/2018 6:58:46 AM

Big City Grower (Team Green Gro)

JACKSON, WISCONSIN. ; )

Info and pics are posted on my diary... I’m not Deb Gantner.. she is my aunt.. I’m Garry Gantner...

10/17/2018 11:05:09 PM

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