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Pumpkin Patient : Stock Photo
Charles Roberts fattening a 60 lb pumpkin with a drip feed. The idea is that the vegetable absorbs more than when sprayed. Mr Roberts has painted a face on the pumpkin and set it up in a hospital 'bed'.

Pumpkin Patient

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Reg Speller
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Charles Roberts fattening a 60 lb pumpkin with a drip feed. The idea is that the vegetable absorbs more than when sprayed. Mr Roberts has painted a face on the pumpkin and set it up in a hospital 'bed'.
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JB3486-001
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