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August 1, 2014

Teague: Cool season crops should be planted as early as August

Gardeners are optimists by nature. This year's drought may have severely curtailed our planting, but there always is the hope that next year or next season will bring good rainfall amounts. In our climate zones (zones 8 and 9 in the Central Valley and zone 7 in the foothills), planting cool season crops begins in late August when temperatures still are high — and this year, when the soil still is parched.

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