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In San Diego, it feels the opposite of cool right now

In San Diego, it feels the opposite of cool right now.๐Ÿฅต

But, this weekend, I harvested a LOT of my warm/hot season crops to get ready for the cooler temps that I know (and pray) are coming within the next few weeks and months.

๐Ÿ™ In general, your fruit-bearing crops need warm temperatures and longer days to produce those summer and fall harvested crops. That is why they are grown in the summer and spring.

โ˜€๏ธ Now, thinking toward the cooler temps and shorter days, my thoughts are more veggie-centric. This fall is the time to plan for growing your root vegetables (radishes, carrots, beets, rutabagas, etc.), your greens (lettuce, cabbage, kale, etc.), and your immature flowers (cauliflower, broccoli, etc.).

๐Ÿฅฆ So, if you are also getting ready for your cooler season crops, stay tuned as I share what we do to give our next season's crops the very best shot, from the get-go, possible!

๐Ÿ‘ Photos by @sibila.thisisme

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