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Is it weird to hear, ‘its planting time,’ with August over? Well, you are going to have that mind frame if you are thinking about that fall garden. That fall garden is going to be your best bet for eating long after the tomatoes and peppers have stopped producing. That cool fall and early winter weather can be very productive to some plants. If you are going to get involved you need to plant today! Do not waste anymore time.
This article in particular is focusing on the idea of thinning a great fall vegetable. Carrots. Carrot seeds are small and they always need thinning so in order to do that you can learn about it in this article. The other interesting part is to understand what you can do with the small carrot seedlings that you pull from the ground during the thinning process.