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    Pumpkins are ready to harvest when the stem attaching the pumpkin to the vines dries and dies off, also once the color of the fruit has deepened -- somewhere between deep yellow and fiery red, depending on the variety. Leave several inches of stem -- it helps them stay fresh. Pumpkins generally need to cure in the sun for 10 days after picking -- Japs can be eaten as soon as they've been picked. Cover them at night if there is danger of frost. Then, store the harvest in a dry cool place. about 9 years ago

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