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Planting Guide for Home Gardening in Alabama
Kerry Smith, Mary Beth Musgrove, Joe Kemble, E. Bauske, Dave Williams, Dean Bond
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Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 06/26/2013

Success in the home garden comes with careful planning and constant attention! This four-page publication offers recommendations for success, on selecting a site and using organic mater to improve your soil, disease and insect control, irrigation and harvesting. Also includes an invaluable planting chart, with planting dates, seed quantity and spacing recommendations, days to maturity, and common cultivars for Alabama vegetables asparagus to kohlrabi, brussel sprouts to turnips; eggplant to tomato to watermelon.

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