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What to plant after sugar snaps??

Post  obrdrln on 6/1/2012, 6:41 am

My sugar snap peas have stopped blooming so I'll be taking them out in the next few days.

What's good to plant in the squares now?? They were trellised and are flanked by cukes.

Also, can I plant again for a fall crop?

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Re: What to plant after sugar snaps??

Post  walshevak on 6/1/2012, 8:07 am

Pole beans will utilize that trellis. If you have two squares together try training a summer squash up the trellis. Or 2 cantaloupe vines.

Yes, you can plant peas for fall. Direct seed about 12 weeks before expected first frost. And peas will take a light frost followed by Indian Sommer. So try to find another trellis for 10 weeks before expected frost.

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