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Growing Vegetables for Fall and Winter Harvest

Growing vegetables for fall and winter harvest

Planting for fall and winter harvest makes good use of garden soil and shaves dollars off your grocery budget. Fall and winter are great times of year for cool-season crops to mature. Shorter days don’t trigger flowering, and pests are fewer. With many crops, cool temperatures actually enrich flavors.

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