Can pumpkin grow in Africa?

There are various varieties of pumpkins grown in Africa and the most known include; Sweet Cream, Onziga, Dulu, Bala, Sunfish, Sugar Pie, Anderina acorn, buttercup, butternut squash. Pumpkin is grown by most countries in Africa, but the countries with high volumes are; Nigeria. Ghana.

What continents can grow pumpkins?

Six of the seven continents can grow pumpkins including Alaska! Antarctica is the only continent that they won’t grow in. The word “pumpkin” first appeared in the 17th century when the Cinderella fairy tale was written.

Do pumpkins grow in Antarctica?

Pumpkins are fruit. … Six of the seven continents can grow pumpkins. Antarctica is on ONLY continent that they can’t survive. The tradition of carving pumpkins started with carving turnips.

What weather is best for pumpkins?

Temperatures should fall between 50 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit from the time you plant until you harvest the pumpkins. Check that your garden has well-drained soil and a pH between 6.0 and 7.5 before planting. The ideal pH for pumpkins is 7.0.

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