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Georgia Planting Calendar

Cool Weather Crops               Fall                          Winter                     Days to Harvest

Beet  August 1 - September 20 February 15 - April 1 55 - 656 days
Broccoli  August 1 - September 1 February 15 - March 15 60 - 80 days
Cabbage  August 15 - October 1 January 15 - March 15 65 - 80 days
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
Turnip  August 10 - September 15 January 15 - April 1 45 - 65 dyas
Onion  September 1 - December 31 January 1 - March 15 100 - 120 days

 

 
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