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Georgia Harvest Schedule

Georgia Grown Foods Seasons

Related Documents:
Georgia Grown Season
FARM TO SCHOOL Main Page
Additional Pages:
Farm to School Gardens at Furlow Charter School
Students Planning and Planting Gardens
Georgia Planting and Harvest Schedule
Georgia Grown Agricultural Facts
Facts on about Georgia Agricultural Products
Georgia Harvest Schedule
Who Wants To Be A Farmer Trivia
Trivia for Teachers to use in Classroom Activities

Georgia Organics Planting Calendar
Cool Weather Season PLANTING DATES

                                              FALL                      WINTER                     DAYS TO HARVEST

Beet

August 1 - September 20

February 15 - April 1 55 - 65 DAYS
 Broccoli  August 1 - September 1  February 15 - March 15  60 - 80 days
 Cabbage  August 15 - October 1  January 15 - March 15  65 - 80 doays
 Carrots  August 20 - September 15  January 15 - March 20  70 - 80 days
 English Peas  Not Recommended  January 15 - February 15  60 - 80 days
 Irish Potato  August 1 - August 15  January 15 - March 1  70 - 90 days
 Lettuce   September 1 - October 1  January 15 - March 15  60 - 85 days
 Radish  September 1 - October 15  January 15 - April 1  25 - 30 days
 Spinach   September 1 - October 15  January 15 - March 15  40 - 45 days
 Turnips   August 10 - September 15  January 15 - April 1  45 - 65 days
 Vidalia Onion   September 1 - December 31  January 1 - March 15  100 - 120 days
       

 
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