HANDS in the Dirt: Planting for Fall

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August is a great time to succession plant many of your favorite cool weather loving veggies. I'll talk about growing root crops (carrots, beets, radishes), greens (lettuce, spinach, arugula, Swiss chard and kale) and cabbage family crops (broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage) in the garden now. I'll talk about how to grow them and challenges and benefits of fall growing. Special thanks to AARP Vermont, CCTV Productions & Town Meeting TV, Gardeners Supply, Hannaford, Charlie Nardozzi, & Red Wagon Plants.

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Lauren-Glenn Davitian

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