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Last updateTue, 22 Jul 2014 9am

Fall gardening class planned

It is that time of year when the sun is high in the sky, it’s hot, a little on the dry side, and most of us would rather be inside than working out in the garden in the heat of the day.  But August is the perfect time of year to start thinking about making the most of the fall gardening season.  Many cool season vegetable crops can be planted in mid-late summer to produce a bountiful crop of vegetables by mid-autumn. Besides all the activities to extend the gardening season well into late October here in the Ozarks, fall is also the perfect time of year to improve your soil structure and pH and prepare your garden for the spring planting season.

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