Some Vegetables Require Less Water than Others
a 2011 Interview with Jim Myers, Professor of Horticulture Oregon State University
Gardeners who want to save water with wise irrigating techniques might consider an unusual approach: plant crops that don't require much water in the first place.
It's been awhile, but the rain and wind have returned to California, according to this weekend's forecast for Sacramento from the National Weather Service:
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Farmer Fred’s 2014 Vegetable Planting Calendar for California's Central Valley, East Bay and Low Foothills
Click on the name of the vegetable for growing information.
For a printable version of this calendar, click here.
S: Plant from Seed
The National Weather Service has issued a hard freeze watch for many areas of Northern California for Wednesday through Saturday, Dec. 4-7.
I love mulch. That would be obvious to anyone who has ever talked gardening with me. Big piles, small piles, inches of mulch scattered everywhere. Love it!