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Gardening in September

Utah Public Radio Tuesday, Sep. 11, 2018


This is Dan Drost, Utah State University Extension Vegetable specialist talking to you this fall about gardening and the things that you should do and the things that you have to finish up. ... You’ll have to take a section of your garden, prep that soil, get a nice seedbed prepared, plant the seeds at the appropriate planting depth, water and then a little bit of fertilizer. In about 30 days you’re going to have a whole bunch of new fresh vegetables for you to consume. ... The second thing that you have to think about is getting ready to harvest your squashes and pumpkins and other cucurbit vegetables. If you need more information on how to plant fall veggies or to mature off your squash and pumpkins lots of information available at the Utah State University Extension website.

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