TNP155 Growing Giant Pumpkins with Dave Chan

89 minutes

Today I’m speaking with British Columbia record-breaking pumpkin grower, Dave Chan. Dave has grown the heaviest pumpkin in BC’s history at 1,911 pounds! Dave has been growing for many years and finally achieved his dream and I’m thrilled to have him on the show today to share all his secrets. Stay tuned for a Rubenation at the end.

GiantPumpkinsBC.com (to see Dave's pumpkin!)

BigPumpkins.com

The Great Pumpkin Commonwealth

Master Carver, Scott Cully, who appeared on the Johnny Carson Show in 1985, inspiring Dave's lifelong passion for pumpkins

 

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