Where should I store my pumpkin?
Besides, how do you store a pumpkin after you cut it?
The best way to store cut pumpkin is to wrap it tightly in cling wrap and place it in the fridge. Leaving the seeds in or scooping them out makes no difference to how long the pumpkin will last. Cut pumpkin will gradually develop a thin film of white mould, and if left even longer, some black or grey mould.
Similarly, can you store pumpkins in the refrigerator? Remember that warm weather and hot sunlight can speed decay in a pumpkin. Store both cut or uncut pumpkins in a cool dry place to keep them fresh longer. You may have a cool basement or room in the refrigerator.
Furthermore, how long will an uncut pumpkin last?
three to six months
How do you store a pumpkin for the winter?
Pumpkins and winter squashes can then be stored in a well-ventilated position at a temperature under 15°C (60°F) and no colder than 10°C (50°F). Watch for signs of rot, and remove any affected fruit immediately. Depending on the cultivar and conditions provided in storage, fruits should keep for up to six months.