The NAK draws attention to the difference between Halloween pumpkins and real pumpkins

Date: 2019. 10. 22. 11:06

Pumpkin consumption is increasingly popular in the fall and Halloween pumpkin carving at the end of October, but while the former are delicious, not all of the pumpkins for decorative purposes are edible, some of them can cause severe nausea, even in small quantities – the National Chamber of Agriculture highlighted.

According to a statement from NAK on Tuesday, pumpkins are commonly referred to as winter pumpkins, which are harvested at their biological maturity, meaning that the seeds in them are suitable for propagation. (MTI)