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Preparing garden for Spring in Winter

Posted by xxnonamexx 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 31, 12 at 8:37

What is recommended to prep my garden for the spring in the winter? Is there any vegetables I should plant in fall/winter for the spring? What is recommended to prep soil for a successful growing season in 2013. My tomatoes are so green but I have over 3 dozen I guess they aren't going to get red this year. I am getting upset at my gardens stunted growth but looking forward to a successful 2013 season. Any special manure recommendations? I used

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RE: Preparing garden for Spring in Winter

Why not plant a cover crop to till in in the spring? Your zone is ideal for cover crops and green manure crops.

As for fall planting - onions and garlic.


PS: there is still plenty of time for your tomatoes to ripen but next year try to get them planted earlier than you did this year.

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