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What to Plant Now A single region can contain multiple microclimates, so to help you get the most accurate planting times for your garden crops, we’ve created this What to Plant Now tool. The tool uses your ZIP code to access the weather data for your exact location, and then gives you a recommended planting window for 30 common garden crops. The blue line represents the window in which you can start seeds indoors, the green line tells you when you can plant transplants or sow seeds outdoors, and the orange line represents the expected harvest period for each crop. You can print out a handy planting calendar after you enter your information. Then, the What to Plant Now tool even sends you email reminders when it’s time to plant your crops. Click on “View Planting Dates” to get started.
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Garden Planting Schedule

Gardening with a high-volume container system like the Garden Tower gives you a head start, literally.  In a sunny location, soil in the Garden Tower will heat up faster (and retain a higher temperature) than in conventional gardens.  If nighttime frost protection can be provided for (tarps, garden fleeces, bed sheets, large trash bag, etc.), the typical traditional planting schedule can often be moved forward an entire month. 
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Garden Planting Schedule

A single region can contain multiple microclimates, so to help you get the most accurate planting times for your garden crops, we’ve created this What to Plant Now tool. The tool uses your ZIP code to access the weather data for your exact location, and then gives you a recommended planting window for 30 common garden crops.
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Garden Planting Schedule

I have been searching for the instructions for planting some vegetables that I could be harvest on my garden and I have got it. This Growing Vegetables table or sheet has included useful elements very wisely because here I have found various kinds of vegetables, its suite conditions & and useful information to harvest it with systemically. Actually I loved Cauliflower and I’m too much interested to plant it on my garden, also Celery and Tomatoes too. Last time I had try to plant Cauliflower, but it didn’t harvest properly and all my Cauliflower became brown and wasted. All my hard works are had been become worse. Even now, I would be fertilizing Cauliflower properly with the help of this information.
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Garden Planting Schedule

Hi Nick, First -be sure you are planting the right seeds for the season- warm season plants vs cool season plants. Here in sunny CA most of our seed packets are offered year round, which makes for a lot of confusion as to what to plant when. Second- there are some seeds that need to be planted directly into the soil..the transplanted seedlings just don’t do well. Recheck the seed packets description.. those that say> plant directly into the soil after last frost, are most often the ones that don’t like being sprouted then transplanted. Third- you need to “harden off” your seedlings before they go into the garden. Meaning, move the sprouts in their flats outside in mostly shade for a couple of days, then move them into a bit longer time in sun after a couple of days and then move them into more sun etc. Make sure you protect them from the pests and birds -just as you do in the garden, after a week or so you can start to transplant.

Garden Planting Schedule

Vegetable Garden Planner: This highly acclaimed online tool makes it simple to sketch out your growing areas, add plants and rearrange them to get the perfect layout. After you select the crops you want to grow, the Planner software uses an extensive database of about 200 crops and nearly 5,000 weather stations to recommend planting times based on average frost dates for your ZIP code.
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Garden Planting Schedule

We’re planning our first veggie garden in over thirty years! I’m at a loss to know the number of plants or rows to provide for seasonal eating as well as canning and freezing for a family of six adults. We have limited space so figuring the size of the garden will be important. In consideration for the garden: tomatoes,green beans,sweet peas,summer squash,bell and hot peppers,pickling cukes,okra,sweet corn,leaf lettuce and radishes.Can you suggest a scource for this information?
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I find those pots don't decompose properly if the top rim is exposed to the air. It seems to act as a wick, effectively drying out your seedlings. Also, the roots can't always escape so I pull loose the bottom of the pot before planting to give free reign to the nutrient-seeking roots. Hope this helps.
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You can save broccoli seeds though the seed takes a long time to mature. Let the pods dry and go brown. This can take a couple of months. Once brown, crack them open and you’ll see dark brown dots. Those are the seeds. Store in a cool, dry place until planting time. You can tie a paper bag over the pods so that the day that the dry pods shatter, you don’t lose he seeds. Also, keep in mind that broccoli will cross with all members of Brassica oleracea so you want some distance between the plants for pure seed!
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You can save broccoli seeds reply Submitted by Almanac Staff on September 15, 2013 – 4:49pm You can save broccoli seeds though the seed takes a long time to mature. Let the pods dry and go brown. This can take a couple of months. Once brown, crack them open and you’ll see dark brown dots. Those are the seeds. Store in a cool, dry place until planting time. You can tie a paper bag over the pods so that the day that the dry pods shatter, you don’t lose he seeds. Also, keep in mind that broccoli will cross with all members of Brassica oleracea so you want some distance between the plants for pure seed!
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The blue line represents the window in which you can start seeds indoors, the green line tells you when you can plant transplants or sow seeds outdoors, and the orange line represents the expected harvest period for each crop. You can print out a handy planting calendar after you enter your information. Then, the What to Plant Now tool even sends you email reminders when it’s time to plant your crops.
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Crop Growing Guides: Get clear, concise advice on how to grow 51 crops, from classics such as tomatoes to staples such as grains. These guides include cooking suggestions, harvesting tips and organic pest-control advice, in addition to planting and growing basics.
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Third- you need to “harden off” your seedlings before they go into the garden. Meaning, move the sprouts in their flats outside in mostly shade for a couple of days, then move them into a bit longer time in sun after a couple of days and then move them into more sun etc. Make sure you protect them from the pests and birds -just as you do in the garden, after a week or so you can start to transplant.
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hello, what can i do to my garden patch to make the soil more healthy so my veggies grow? i think the ground on my whole property is really bad, it wont even grow grass very well. but this yr. i would really like to grow a garden if possible. can u tell me what i can do without buying a bunch of exspensive stuff? thank you
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I too have that problem. My garden is 120’x250′ with a slight incline. I box bladed the low area to give me a water run off. Also, if you build your rows up with a row hipper, or disc row builder, any rain will run off between your rows. This will help keep your plants dry during heavy rain.
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Some herbs such as rosemary or thyme will do well in a dry spot, and root crops such as carrots and beetroot will often cope with drier soil (for short periods, at least). If the soil is very dry, however, you may find installing irrigation easier to enable you to rotate annual crops in that part of your garden.  
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You said they were mulched.What were they mulched with? If it is a heavy mulch such as bark or garden rock you will need to water for a longer period of time to get water into the roots of the plant. The”splotches”,you could try a spray mist or wash of 1 teaspoon dishsoap in a gallon of water and spray for bugs,slugs,cutworms-those green catipillars.

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