A few years ago, a friend from Mansfield asked me, “Well, now that I’m collecting my garden at the moment and a lot of my stuff is out of my garden, what should I plant in the yard?”
My answer to her was simple. I said, “I’ll check it out and see what we can do to spend another season in the garden.”
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I was walking down the street near my house in late July. A farmer gathered his wheat field. Wheat trunks were still in the fields, but there was something unusual in the fields.
The field still had some green plants growing in it. Apparently, the farmer who cultivated the field had an alpha crop. Surprisingly, this crop is now ready to be harvested.
Once you have an in-depth understanding of the potential behind friend plantings, there is a coordinated solution to this problem. You can plant new plants that are planted and used by partners and fruits. Probably the best way to reduce pests.
You need to know that the standard solution for what to plant is that the season is seriously short, and the cold is too late. Some of these plants are about to die in the winter, while others end their life cycle before the season ends.
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If you start planting in late August, consider these vegetables and herbs
In late August, the seeds from the seeds are as follows: Spring cabbage, mustard greens, carrots, lettuce, kohlrabi, lettuce, onion seeds, spinach, turps, beans, yeast, peas, radish and broccoli.
Some of the last plants we can sow are dill, garlic cheese, cilantro, arugula, parsley, Swiss chard, cabbage, baby pack choy, Bulgarian fennel and watermelon.
Strawberries are a long-lived fruit and member of the Rose family. Black rot on strawberries can be controlled by planting it in the middle of the rye during the winter. Spinach and wild berries work well with strawberries.
Borg also attracts bees to help grow strawberries, which are planted next to the strawberries. Strawberries Strawberries help control wood in strawberries and Marigolds can control the nematodes that affect the roots of strawberries.
Broccoli works well with beets, onions and dill. Pyrethrum helps control lice. My favorite is broccoli and beans, or kohlrabi and beets, or broccoli and onion seeds or kohlrabi and onion seeds. These four sets work well because you are constantly changing and growing at different stages of the garden.
From 45 degrees to 75 degrees, cabbage, broccoli and colostrum do their best and you can prepare the fruits or flowers that we are now preparing to enjoy. It is very hot and the flowers are sticky.
One of the keys is to do some common spring work. They remind you that during the winter, crops help fix nitrogen in the soil and reduce the problem of weeds in your beds.
Have a nice holiday in your garden this week. Find out if you have the potential to get a second crop from your garden this year. Just remember the issues that need to be addressed.
If you have any questions about what is going on in your garden, do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to discuss anything in my columns, you can find links to my blogs at ohiohealthyfoodcooperative.org. Thanks for all your questions.
Eric Larson, a former landscape and gardener of Jeromesville, is a founding member of the Ohio Chapter of the Professional Landscape Designers Association. An email to email@example.com encourages your gardening request.