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Fall and Winter crops, Modesto, CA

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Fall and Winter crops, Modesto, CA

Post  PNG_Grandma on 7/12/2010, 3:11 pm

Because of the very late start with our boxes we'll have more of a Fall and Winter garden this year, soooo, do any of you have suggestions for what we should begin planting later this month? July, Zone 9, and I'm not sure of the Sunset Zone. We would so appreciate your input!

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Re: Fall and Winter crops, Modesto, CA

Post  Chopper on 7/12/2010, 4:25 pm

I am in zone 9 Sunset 18 and a lot farther south than you but here is what I have from the Western Garden Guide as to what to plant now:



JUL

Beans,
Bush


Beans,
Pole


Beets

Carrots

Corn

Cucumber

Lima
Beans


Melons

Peppers

Squash,
summer


Squash,
Winter


Tomato
plants



AUG

Beans,
Bush


Beans,
Pole


Beets

Carrots

Celery

Lima
Beans


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Re: Fall and Winter crops, Modesto, CA

Post  PNG_Grandma on 7/12/2010, 7:05 pm

Thanks so much for the list. You're right, you're way south of us but I'm guessing things should do well up here if you can grow them too! We get almost daily "Delta breezes" that bring in the moisture. I'm just so anxious to get growing!

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