. . . 65 60 40 75 75 50 80 70 (%) Spinach, New Zealand Squash Tomato Tomato, husk Turnip Watermelon Adapted from Donald N. Maynard and George J. Hochmuth, Knott’s Handbook for Vegetable Growers, 5th Edition (2006). Reprinted by permission of John Wiley & . . .
. . . corn as the basic stable along with beans, gourds, cucumbers, squash, pumpkins, watermelon, pears and “ other fruits and roots” . Tobacco was the focus of some production and fowl and deer were also partially domesticated. Grapes, of course were . . .
. . . and frequently used in fruitcakes. The citron melon belongs to the same species as watermelon, but the fruit is inedible in the raw state. only a small chance of bursting. The seeds are not marbled as often as those of watermelons. The low vining . . .
. . . records may be incorrect. Among cucurbit vegetables, it can be a serious pest on watermelons, cucumbers, and cantaloupes, and to a lesser degree squash and pumpkin. This is the basis for the common name “ melon aphid.” Other vegetable crops ser . . .
. . . Potato Radish Snap Beans Spinach Squash Strawberry Sweet Corn Tangerine Tomato Watermelon Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec www.FreshFromFlorida.com Florida Produce Availability Jan Avocado Bell Pepper Blueberry Broccoli Cabbage . . .
. . . Feb–Apr July–Aug Turnips Aug–Feb (Cabbage) Brassicaceae (Squash) Cucurbitaceae Watermelon Feb–Apr 1 2 7 North = all of Florida north of State Road 40; central = the section of Florida between State Roads 40 and 70; south = all of Florida below S . . .