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We check out some tips for figuring out when your squash is ready to harvest and which varieties are the best tasting.

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Read How and When to Pick Summer Squash to learn more about and vegetable gardening from ... Once you have identified a summer squash that is ready to pick, ...

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When to Pick Winter Squash. ... other indicators of a winter squash that is ready to pick is to tap on it gently. If it feels solid and sounds slightly hollow, ...

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Ripe spaghetti squash are brightly colored with thick skin.

Ripe spaghetti squash are brightly colored with thick skin.
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A tractor stops for a moment between rows of green zucchini squash at Kirby Farms, in Mechanicsville, VA, on Friday, Sept 20, 2013. Kirby Farms is a third-generation family farm that covers 500 acres, and generates produce and grains on a year-around operation. The various stages of leaf, flower, and fruit can be seen on this one plant with an immature squash nearly ready for harvesting. Markets prefer the squash to be approximately eight inches in length when they are tender. Full-grown squash reach three feet in length and are more fibrous. Some recipes call for zucchini blossoms to be stuffed, fried, or baked, added to a soup, or used as a garnish over a meal. Kirby Farms devotes 200 acres of the farm to eggplant, spinach, beets, tomato, jalapeno peppers, melons and a variety of greens. Soybeans and small grain are grown on the remaining 300 acres. The fertile Virginia soil and their management practices, allows Kirby Farms to double and triple crop fields with rotational...

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A tractor stops for a moment between rows of green zucchini squash at Kirby Farms, in Mechanicsville, VA, on Friday, Sept 20, 2013. Kirby Farms is a third-generation family farm that covers 500 acres, and generates produce and grains on a year-around operation. The various stages of leaf, flower, and fruit can be seen on this one plant with an immature squash nearly ready for harvesting. Markets prefer the squash to be approximately eight inches in length when they are tender. Full-grown squash reach three feet in length and are more fibrous. Some recipes call for zucchini blossoms to be stuffed, fried, or baked, added to a soup, or used as a garnish over a meal. Kirby Farms devotes 200 acres of the farm to eggplant, spinach, beets, tomato, jalapeno peppers, melons and a variety of greens. Soybeans and small grain are grown on the remaining 300 acres. The fertile Virginia soil and their management practices, allows Kirby Farms to double and triple crop fields with rotational...

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Moist soil clings to the tread of a tractor that stops for a moment, between rows of green zucchini squash at Kirby Farms, in Mechanicsville, VA, on Friday, Sept 20, 2013. Plastic sheeting, far left, is a form of mulch that conserves soil moisture, reduces energy use associated with irrigation, moderates soil temperature, provides erosion control, suppresses weed growth, facilitates the establishment of vegetative cover, improves soil quality, and reduces airborne particulates. For more information, please see www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detailfull/national/tec... Kirby Farms is a third-generation family farm that covers 500 acres, and generates produce and grains on a year-around operation. The various stages of leaf, flower, and fruit can be seen on this one plant with an immature squash nearly ready for harvesting. Markets prefer the squash to be approximately eight inches in length when they are tender. Full-grown squash reach three feet in length and are more fibrous....

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