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Fall is an excellent time to grow many vegetable crops. During this season the gardener can take advantage of cooler temperatures and more plentiful moisture. Many spring-planted crops such as lettuce and spinach tend to bolt, or produce seed, and become bitter in response to the long, hot summer days. Fall gardening helps extend your gardening season so that you can continue to harvest produce after earlier crops have faded. Vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts are better adapted to fall gardening, since they produce best quality and flavor when they can mature during cooler weather. In Indiana, spring tends to heat up rather quickly. For many crops, insect and disease pests are not as much of a problem in fall plantings.
This guide to planting your fall vegetable garden will teach you:
- How to plant your fall vegetable garden.
- How to protect your garden from frost.
With a detailed table that highlights the last feasible planting date for common crops, this guide is extremely informative for gardeners who wish to begin a fall vegetable garden. Keep your family well fed with nutritious foods all year round. It’s never too soon to begin planning and designing your fall vegetable garden!
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