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July

Keeping Up with Your Garden in July
Pick produce regularly for best yields, and begin planting your winter garden now.
The Naked Gardener Examines Aphids
Our longtime newsletter columnist Ian Taylor, a.k.a. The Naked Gardener, takes a close look at aphids and ladybugs.
Consider Chicories; Plant Now
Have you grown chicories? Endive, escarole and radicchio provide spicy, colorful additions to the garden salad, and they can be sown now for fall crops and overwintering.
Easy Crops to Follow Your Spring Veggies
Wondering what to do now that those spring greens are gone? Find out what you can do in July.
Let Your Garden Go to Seed!
Before you pull that last bolting lettuce plant from the garden learn about letting it be and saving the seed for next spring's planting!
Keeping Up With Your Harvest
Now that you have all this wonderful food producing in your garden be sure to get the most out of it by harvesting and watering correctly. You can even get more seeds in the ground for another, later round of harvesting!
Summer Garden Watering Advice
Though our summers are not scorchers they do follow the typical west coast pattern of drying out for a few months. Learn tips on summer watering!
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From Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/grevenitz/
Drip Irrigation Tape @ GSC
 
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