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N.C. Winter Squash

Did you know there are two main types of squash? “Winter squash” are harvested and eaten when fully mature; “summer squash” are consumed when very young and tender. Common winter squash varieties include acorn, butternut, hubbard and spaghetti. North Carolina farmers produce more than $11 million of this vegetable on 3,000+ acres annually, ensuring that scrumptious N.C. squash is available throughout most of the year!