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- Thursday, July 12, 2007
Big Max Pumpkins
Reviewed By: Ken (Morrow, Ohio)
These are nice large pumpkins. It is important to plant the seeds deeper when the ground is hot and more dry. Germination occurs much better.
- Monday, March 14, 2011
Beautiful large pumpkins
Reviewed By: Shawna (Strawberry Point, Iowa)
I planted these pumpkins along with the Dill's Atlantic. I planted them in a sandy soil. Every single seed I planted germinated. The plants took off and grew everywhere. The leaves and vines were huge. I had so many pumpkins that I didn't know what to do with them all. We had to use a skidloader and manpower to move them. Big Max also keeps a pumpkin shape well so it looks nice.
- Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Reviewed By: Ray (Burton, Ohio)
The Big Max will produce a nice size pumpkin, if you take basic care of them. I planted 24 plants and ended up with (18) 70lbs pumpkins and (6) 50lbs ones. I also only allowed for one pumpkin to grow per plant.
- Saturday, March 31, 2007
Reviewed By: jennifer (clarkson, ky)
all the plants did fine in my garden with out any care. harvested over 20 huge pumpkins.
- Friday, August 20, 2010
Reviewed By: Tim A (Pittsfield, ma)
I bought two types of pumpkins, big max and Lumina. I planted them in the same bed. The big max tended to have longer vines and over took ˝ of my drive-way the vines are 20 feet long! There was some cross pollination with the lumina’s but they didn’t make it. Too bad they were funky looking. I have learned to water the roots and not the leaves. And I use 1 lb of 10-10-10 granules once a week. And look out…. They are huge… my neighbors are starting to befriend me…………a+ for sure