Fall Crops

One thing a grower can do to ensure the harvests keep coming well into autumn is to sow fall crop successions during midsummer. The high summer sun, the pest pressure and shortening days can make it difficult, but if plants can germinate, become established and are cared for during periods of drought, fall can be an exceptionally productive season. Below are some crops especially suited to fall cultivation.

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  1. Acadia F1 Spinach
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  2. Adona F1 Cauliflower
    Starting at: As low as $4.35
  3. Alkindus Lettuce
    Starting at: As low as $5.40
  4. Astro Arugula
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  5. Azur Star Kohlrabi
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  6. Bandit Leek
    Starting at: As low as $3.65
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