We love growing vegetables in the fall. It’s more pleasant to be outside, the weeds and bugs slow down, and we get to grow vegetables like collards and kohlrabi that just don’t work in central Alabama in the summer.
We had the chance to visit with the Master Gardeners of the Central Alabama Master Gardeners Association this week, and as usual, we learned as much as we taught. Today’s podcast is a reprise of our presentation with some of the comments of the group thrown in.
Here’s some follow-up information we provided to the CAMGA members after our presentation:
Information on short-day onions:
Also, see attached ACES article, page 2 for a list of short-day varieties.
Agribon AG-15 insect barrier – http://www.johnnyseeds.com/p-5455-agribon-ag-15-insect-barrier-118-x-50.aspx#
Agribon AG-30 frost blanket – http://www.johnnyseeds.com/p-6843-agribon-ag-30-83-x-250.aspx#
We purchase cover crop seed mixes from Adams-Briscoe Seed Co. – http://www.abseed.com/