This collection of vegetable crops to plant in August for winter harvest will keep fresh veggies on your family’s dinner table longer. Come read in detail about nine, among countless, plants that you can plant in the month of August to yield the harvest by fall or winter.
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Planting crops in your home garden can be a fun, engaging and beneficial activity that will prove to be fruitful (pun intended).
It should be duly noted that the information provided in this post is accurate for the people living in zones four to seven, but for people living in warmer areas, this post is beneficial to some extent but your planting dates will be much further delayed.
The nine, among many, crops that you can plant in the month of August and yield till the fall or winter mentioned in the following article are as follows:
• Brassica or Cole Crops (The complete family)
• Chinese greens
• Swiss chard
The following article is divided into almost nine headings. Each heading mentions the name of a crop following which, information regarding the crop is mentioned. For each crop, a slight detail is given.
Instructions are given to the readers that will aid them in planting these crops. Then there is mentioned the period in which the crop is to be planted and the period it is to be harvested. Other than that the article also mentions the changes that will be observed in the crop in different time periods.
This article will be concluded by a list of crops that can also be planted in August and harvested in fall or winter, excluding the ones already mentioned above which include:
• Mache (shouldn’t be planted until September)
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