Worlds Biggest Squash

It weighs the same as a grizzly bear and certainly would make for a hairy fertiliser bill – the nearly 1,500lb squash that is now the officially the world’s biggest.The humongous vegetable – part of the pumpkin family – has been officially recognised as the largest on the planet tipping the scales at more than 670kg.Joel Jarvis is the green-fingered grower who has managed to cultivate the super-sized plant on his land in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.

It weighs the same as a grizzly bear and certainly would make for a hairy fertiliser bill - the nearly 1,500lb squash that is now the officially the world's biggest.The humongous vegetable - part of the pumpkin family - has been officially recognised as the largest on the planet tipping the scales at more than 670kg.Joel Jarvis is the green-fingered grower who has managed to cultivate the super-sized plant on his land in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.

It weighs the same as a grizzly bear and certainly would make for a hairy fertiliser bill - the nearly 1,500lb squash that is now the officially the world's biggest.The humongous vegetable - part of the pumpkin family - has been officially recognised as the largest on the planet tipping the scales at more than 670kg.Joel Jarvis is the green-fingered grower who has managed to cultivate the super-sized plant on his land in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.

It weighs the same as a grizzly bear and certainly would make for a hairy fertiliser bill - the nearly 1,500lb squash that is now the officially the world's biggest.The humongous vegetable - part of the pumpkin family - has been officially recognised as the largest on the planet tipping the scales at more than 670kg.Joel Jarvis is the green-fingered grower who has managed to cultivate the super-sized plant on his land in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.

It weighs the same as a grizzly bear and certainly would make for a hairy fertiliser bill - the nearly 1,500lb squash that is now the officially the world's biggest.The humongous vegetable - part of the pumpkin family - has been officially recognised as the largest on the planet tipping the scales at more than 670kg.Joel Jarvis is the green-fingered grower who has managed to cultivate the super-sized plant on his land in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.