Tomatoes are just starting to ripen on the vine, and it is already planting time again. In this heat? Yes! Look at it this way: If your garden crops crashed for any reason earlier in the season, now’s your time for a do-over. Bring on the third season of planting to take us through the entire growing season as we greet fall. A quick review: Generally, early spring (March-April) to the middle of May is the first planting season — cool crops (lettuce, broccoli, beets, etc.) — followed by warm-season crops (tomatoes, peppers, corn, squash) from mid-May to early summer. The third, or fall, season includes both warm- and cool-season vegetables plus herbs and begins in July through early September.

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  • Ann Wright: Time for harvest, time to plant
    Plan to arrive early for the best selection; cash or checks ... demonstration garden on the NID business grounds, 1036 W. Main St. in Grass Valley. Two workshops related to fruit trees will also be ...
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