Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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Jason Terry and his 259 lb watermelon
Jason Terry and his 259 lb watermelon rok-vegetables
Mark Rollins and his 990 lb giant pumpkin
Mark Rollins and his 990 lb giant pumpkin rok-pumpkins rok-vegetables
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Cindy Tobeck and her 2,002 lb titan
Cindy Tobeck and her 2,002 lb titan Half Moon Bay runner up in 2017 and champion in 2016. rok-vegetables
Cindy Tobeck and her 2,002 lb titan
Cindy Tobeck and her 2,002 lb titan rok-vegetables
Danny Vestor's 95.9 lb cantaloupe
Danny Vestor's 95.9 lb cantaloupe rok-vegetables
Danny Vestor's World Record Cantaloupe: 95.9 lbs
Danny Vestor's World Record Cantaloupe: 95.9 lbs rok-vegetables
Danny Vestor's World Record Cantaloupe: 95.9 lbs
Danny Vestor's World Record Cantaloupe: 95.9 lbs rok-vegetables
Danny Vestor's volleyball-size radish
Danny Vestor's volleyball-size radish rok-vegetables
Danny Vestor and his World Record Cantaloupe
Danny Vestor and his World Record Cantaloupe rok-vegetables
Danny Vestor's World Record Cantaloupe
Danny Vestor's World Record Cantaloupe rok-vegetables
Todd Dawson: Yadkin Valley Weigh-off
Todd Dawson: Yadkin Valley Weigh-off Congratulations to Todd Dawson of North Carolina on the champion 273 lb watermelon! Humbled to be one of the inputs used in his compost tea to boost his soil microbes and grow this monster. Be sure to check out his Youtube channel with great tips on how to grow giant watermelons. https://www.youtube.com/user/growingbig1 rok-watermelon
Yadkin Valley Weigh-off
Yadkin Valley Weigh-off Judges checking out Todd Dawson's ginormous giant watermelon Elkin, North Carolina weigh-off. rok-vegetables rok-watermelon
Prepping the Giant Pumpkin for a Weigh-off
Prepping the Giant Pumpkin for a Weigh-off One of Susie Z's pumpkins is strapped with harnesses to be taken to a weigh-off competition. rok-pumpkins rok-vegetables
Susie's Giant
Susie's Giant
Loaded and Ready
Loaded and Ready Susie Z's pumpkin getting loaded for a weigh-off. rok-pumpkins rok-vegetables