Tips for pumpkin carving this Halloween

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GREENVILLE, Mich.-- Autumn hits and that means apple orchards and pumpkin patches for many in West Michigan.

Many get excited and carve pumpkins early, but that also means they could go bad before we even get to Halloween.

We went out to Klackle Orchards in Greenville, where we got the scoop on how to keep your Jack-o-Lantern staying fresh this Halloween.

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