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Q.How Do I Make Winter Vegetables Grow Better?

Zone 37385 | Anonymous added on November 9, 2022 | Answered

For 3 years now I have tried to grow winter vegetables. They have not grown well even though i followed watering and fertilizing instructions. I have tried carrots, beets, brussel sprouts and cabbage. These grow well in my location in the spring. And I have read they are supposed to grow in the fall. But they never get to the fruit production stage. Do you have any suggestions?

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Answered on November 28, 2022

Yes, all of those will do well at this time in our area! Ultimately, it will come down to proper care and environment for each. They are quite hardy, but will require good quality, fertile soils. Here are articles that will help you for each subject:





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