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Things to do in SEPTEMBER

COOL & TEMPERATE

VEGIES

Early spring can be a lean period as winter crops finish and newly sown crops grow, but there are some special treats. One of the most delicious crops to harvest in early spring is asparagus. Look for fresh spears daily and harvest quickly. As the spears mature, they become woody and inedible.

Also productive in early spring are peas, broad beans and English spinach. Plant out summer crops (direct-sow seeds or plant seedlings of chilli, capsicum, tomato, eggplant, cucumber, pumpkin, squash,

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