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Things to do in MARCH



The warm soils of early autumn provide ideal conditions for planting crops for winter and spring harvests. Over the month ahead, night-time temperatures get colder and so will the soil. For now, though, summer crops are continuing to ripen through the warm, dry days.

Keep picking beans, corn, cucumber, squash, tomato and zucchini as long as the plants are growing. Share, swap, bottle and preserve excess. As the month progresses, most summer vegetables die back and crops diminish. Zucchini may be affected by powdery mildew, while tomatoes

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