Market maturity of vegetables

Market maturity of vegetables

Table
Market maturity of vegetables
number of days
from planting
to market maturity age of fruit,
in days, at
market maturity
bean 50–60 7–10
beet 60–70 —
broccoli* 50–80 —
brussels sprouts* 90–100 —
cabbage* 70–100 —
carrot 70–80 —
cauliflower* 60–120 —
celery* 90–120 —
chard 50–60 —
chicory* 60–70 —
cucumber 50–70 5–20
eggplant* 75–90 20–40
garlic 180 —
kohlrabi* 60 —
leek* 150 —
lettuce* 60–80 —
lima bean 65–80 15
muskmelon 80–120 30–45
okra 60 4–7
onion* 100–150 —
parsley 70–85 —
pea 60–75 10–15
pepper* 70–80 45–60
potato 90–120 —
pumpkin 100–120 80–100
radish 25–50 —
spinach 40–50 —
summer squash 45–60 3–7
sweet corn 75–100 20–27
sweet potato 120–150 —
tomato* 70–90 45–60
turnip 45–60 —
watermelon 85–100 40–50
*From time of transplanting.
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