Growing both summer and winter varieties nearly year-round, Georgia has earned the distinction of being the third-largest squash-producing state.

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Squashing the competition.

Keeping up with supply and demand is no easy feat. To do this, Georgia summer squash is harvested 365 days a year, with peak availability at the end of spring. Winter squash is available late August through March.

Squash. It's gourd for you.

You’d have to be out of your gourd to not see the health benefits of squash, a member of the gourd family. Low in calories, fat and sodium; cholesterol-free; and a great source of vitamin C, carotene, riboflavin, calcium and iron.

Georgia homegrown squash

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