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Plan Now for Next Year's Vegetables

 

October 20, 2022

Courtesy of Mike Heath

Above: Mid season growth - garden in August.

If you haven't finished your harvest by now I'm sure you're close. I finally got the potatoes in and the garlic planted but I'm leaving the squash on the vines as long as possible. I was nearly six weeks late planting so they still need more time to ripen. If I can get two more weeks without a hard frost I think they'll come in okay. While I'm waiting I'll start planning what I'll grow next year.

For the last couple of years the nurseries ran out of seed early and I don't see any reason to think this year will be any different. In fact, the drought may make it worse. I also believe more peo...



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