Fresh lettuce and spinach in your backyard in November? Rainbow carrots and crisp baby turnips at Thanksgiving? One of the best-kept gardening secrets is that you can harvest luscious and healthy crops in October, November and beyond with just a little planning and know-how. Learn the basics of fall planting, including which crops do best during the shortening days of autumn, how to get your cool season vegetable seeds to germinate in the heat of early August, how to boost plant productivity throughout the fall, and how to extend your harvest season into the dead of winter with low-tunnels, hoop houses, and cold frames. This is a great opportunity to ask all your fall crop and season extender questions.
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