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There are many stories through out the harvest season about giant pumpkins, giant watermelons, and even giant squash. It's the little ones that oftentimes win over the children. Depending on whom you ask, a miniature pumpkin may be classified as a squash, gourd, or pumpkin.
Decent book, but misses nuances. A follow-up post here from continued scientific study (who ever said science was concluded?)... Read more »
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The next meeting of the Dallas County Lepidopterists' Society will be this coming Saturday, October 10th, from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and is the "Open House" at Dale Clark's butterfly farm, Butterflies Unlimited, located in Glenn View Responses (3 replies)
0000: Today's Hortiscope: Cooler nights mean bonfires. But whether you're on the beach or in your backyard, practice safe burning procedures and watch children and pets around fires - a stray ember will burn little feet, too.
1821: Anders Jahan Retzius, Swedish chemist, botanist and entomologist, died at age 79, in Stockholm. He was a professor of natural history and described many new species of insects.
1859: The first 34 students entered the Maryland Agricultural College.
1914: Thor Heyerdahl, famous explorer was born in Larvik, Norway