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Harvest first crop of carrots & beets, summer planting for fall

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The harvest of cukes and zuchs has begun. Sharon Morrisey looks at how our A-frame support is working, how the bush cucumber compares, and if the zucchinis will be as productive as usual.

From mid-July until early August you can plant almost an entire new garden. How to figure out what you can plant and learn the tricks for summer planting success.

After harvesting our first crop of carrots, beets and turnips, we’ll show you a special technique for summer planting for a fall harvest.

You can head to the Milwaukee County UW-Extension Horticulture page for more gardening information