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Fruit & Vegetable Growing Guide for September

September is the first month of autumn. Over the coming weeks we can expect to witness a dramatic change in the garden and on the allotment. Warm days combined with cold nights bring heavy, morning dews and it won’t be too long before some parts of the country can expect to experience their first light frost.

In some ways it is out with the old and in with the new. Crops are harvested to be replaced with overwintering crops that will keep us supplied through the winter and into the spring of next year.



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