September 12th, 2009
Jo & John Dwyer from Angel Valley Organic Farm show how to transition from summer crops to the cool weather vegetable garden.
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Tips of the Week
Plant blue-leaved vegetables, like broccoli, cauliflower, and kohlrabi. These are what we call winter plants, winter vegetables, so they like the cooler weather. We're not that cool yet, but you can get those planted out into the garden, protect them a little bit from the sun.
Prepare beds to plant other cool weather crops, like lettuce and spinach.
Get ready to plant herbs, like parsley, cilantro, dill and fennel.
Add compost to beds to prepare for cool winter color.
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Question of the Week
What are these strange ball-like things on my oak tree?
Jo & John Dwyer