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Garden planting in August?

Succession Planting for Higher Garden Yields

August 21, 2013
By RICHARD GAST - Franklin County Cornell Cooperative Extension , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Anyone who plants a vegetable garden wants to benefit by yielding as much from his or her garden as possible. Those who plant large vegetable gardens often find themselves covered with dirt and sweat, questioning whether or not it's really worth the effort. Persons with smaller gardens can feel the same way when they only get a small taste of something mouth-wateringly delicious. But with a little careful planning, succession planting can really boost home garden production.

 
 

 

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