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the fall garden #13230781 07/31/19 02:56 AM
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im doing a big one this yr. trying corn and potatoes for the 1st time,how come nobody sells potatoes in the fall, lots of peas and beans, beets and greens .whats your fav for a fall garden?

Re: the fall garden [Re: 30ft jon boat] #13230936 07/31/19 11:58 AM
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i have corn 2 ft tall...bell-jalapeno peppers / Porter-Celebrity maters that'll last till frost...green beans blooming...but for fall/winter, i plant carrots / broccoli / cabbage / cauliflower since they all can take frost


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Re: the fall garden [Re: 30ft jon boat] #13231599 07/31/19 09:02 PM
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wow... when did you start your corn,peppers and maters.when do you plant cabbage.

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this will b my 2nd corn crop / planted it July 8th...trying to learn how to raise bed garden...planted the 1st crop to thick...peppers / maters were planted early spring...will plant cabbage/broccoli/cauliflower late August / early Sept


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Re: the fall garden [Re: 30ft jon boat] #13235769 08/05/19 01:22 AM
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I usually have tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, spinach, carrots and beans in my fall garden. Tomatoes and peppers are both about 3' tall now. Beans are in, but not sprouted yet. Just started pre-sprouting some spinach seed this afternoon.

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Mexican Sunflower... this thing shot up to 5 feet fast.


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We just pulled up our green beans and the purple hull pease will come up this week or next. May not have a fall garden this year as we got some compost that had Nutsedge seed in it (commercial place forgot to use pre-emergent) and apparently did not heat it long enough. We are going to try the solar soil sterilization method. We have lots of sand so I am going to leave my soaker hoses in place to add water as needed for steam. Has anyone else done this with sandy soil?

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Originally Posted by crapyetr

The label states "do not apply in vegetable gardens" and also says "on soil where bedding plants may be planted the following year plant
injury may result". I have too much time, money and sweat invested where the garden is to take a chance. I have used this in the yard around the house and it works great there. Thanks.

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