Tags: Certified Organic Open Pollinated

Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers

Latin Name: Cucurbita moschata

Days to Maturity: 125

Description:

A Thai variety with good Downy Mildew resistance. 4-8 pound pumpkins are circular and flattened, with deep ribs and bumpy skin. Color ranges from tan to speckled green to dark green. A LOT of pumpkin flavor, and also sweet. These are good cut in half, baked and then cut up like a pie. The flavor is so rich it feels like you're eating pumpkin pie without the work (or the sugar, gluten, dairy etc)! Not high yielding. 210 seeds/oz. Grown by Living Energy Farm. Certified Organic by QCS.


Questions 2 Total

Ask a Question About Thai Kang Kob Pumpkin

  • Answer this question

    What is the best "date" to plant "winter" squash? I only have experience with summer cultivation. Is it the case the crop is not ready until Fall approaching Winter? Is it a lingo thing?

    Posted by TRACEY LETTEER on 09/02/2016

    Answers 1

    • Yes its called Winter Squash because you can eat it all winter. We plant anywhere from May 15th to June 30th here, depending on the variety.
      Edmund for CWSG

      Posted by A Seed Growers Cooperative on 09/02/2016

  • Answer this question

    what is the best way to bake a pumpkin?

    Posted by Bob Tate on 02/17/2016

    Answers 1

    • I like to cut these in half around the middle, empty out the seeds (scraping the sides to remove stray pieces of pulp), and then bake face up at 375 for about 1.5-2 hours, or till soft. Then cut into wedges. The seeds can also be cooked. Remove seeds from the pulp by hand (I usually don't quite get all of them), add some salt, and bake for about 20 minutes at 375 (in a single layer), stirring once halfway through. Edmund for CWSG

      Posted by A Seed Growers Cooperative on 02/18/2016

Policies

Shipping Policies

We will do our best to ship out our orders within 2 business days; however, this changes to approximately 5 business days if you order seed from August through October as we are in the midst of harvest season. We ship USPS.

Return & Refund Policy

Refunds are on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us with your concerns and we will be happy to be of service.

Thai Kang Kob Pumpkin

Unit SizePriceDescription
3 Grams $3.50 approx. 23 seeds

$3.50

Common Wealth Seed Growers

Louisa, VA, United States (Zone 7a)
Established in 2014
15.00 acres in production

Other Listings from Common Wealth Seed Growers: