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How to grow an award winning giant pumpkin in your backyard.

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The Missoula County Extension will be hosting a series of speakers throughout the winter on various horticulture related topics. These will be informal evening sessions that will be free of charge and open to all.

To start it off this month, Emmett May will be joining us to share his experiences and expertise in growing giant pumpkins. Emmett has been given the moniker “Lord of the Gourd”; and rightfully so as this year he produced two award winning giant pumpkins. Emmett will spend an evening discussing the practices and techniques to grow an award winning giant pumpkin, and may even share some of his prized seeds.

Join us on Thursday November 29th, from 6-8 pm at the Missoula County Extension office for this great event. Again there is no charge, but please register online here: http://missoulaeduplace.org/component/com_eventbooking/Itemid,1015/view,category/. There is limited space, so tell a friend and sign up soon. Hope to see you all there, and stay tuned for more events coming up.
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