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Post  countrynaturals 9/2/2017, 10:16 am

sanderson wrote:For anyone experiencing extreme summer heat, here is a chuckle for you.  As first frost can come as early as November, take this guide with a grain of salt.

Here in the Central Valley, I will be starting winter seedlings Sept 10-15 (after mini-vacation) and set them out in Oct.  Don't forget the bridal tulle when you plant!  I waited 1 day and had a few green caterpillars last fall.

Planting now in September for the USA - Zone 9a zone

Beans - Sow seed Harvest from December
Beetroot/Beets Sow seed Harvest from December
Broccoli Sow seed Harvest from December
Brussels sprouts Sow seed Harvest from January
Cape Gooseberry Sow seed Harvest from January
Capsicum/peppers Sow seed Harvest from December  Razz
Cauliflower Sow seed Harvest from January
Chinese cabbage      Start in seed trays and plant out in 4-6 weeks Harvest from December
Collards/Borekale) Sow seed Harvest from December
Cucumber Sow seed Harvest from December  Razz  
Endive Sow seed Harvest from December
Fennel     Sow seed Harvest from January
Florence Fennel/Finocchio Sow seed Harvest from January
Kohlrabi Sow seed Harvest from December
Leeks Sow seed Harvest from January
Lettuce Sow seed Harvest from December
Mustard greens/gai choy   Sow seed Harvest from November
Onion Sow seed Harvest from April
Radish Sow seed Harvest from November
Salsify/Vegetable oyster Sow seed Harvest from January
Shallots/Eschalots Sow seed Harvest from January
Squash-Summer   Sow seed Harvest from December  Razz
Strawberry Plants Plant out (transplant) seedlings Harvest from January
Turnip Sow seed Harvest from November
thanks , S. Today could be the hottest day of the year and the air quality is too poor to play outside anyway, due to a nearby fire that made the national news (Helena -- 0% contained). I could start seeds in the house, but I'm just not up for the game. By Tuesday it will be "down to" 105. Maybe then I can shake off these doldrums and get serious about next season. Right now it's all I can do to keep what I have alive, watering 3 times a day. Sad
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Post  CapeCoddess 9/3/2017, 6:29 am

Shocked What an amazing planting list! I love to watch you guys garden as we head into winter here in the north.
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CC,  I would take that list with a grain of salt!

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Post  countrynaturals 9/4/2017, 12:07 pm

sanderson wrote:CC,  I would take that list with a grain of salt!
Hmmm, I read that list a little more carefully and there are some interesting entries. Another crop of beans, hmm? Maybe I'll try it. My poor beans are exhausted from the heat and giving up. Maybe some fresh troops would be the answer instead of peas this soon. Thinking, thinking. geek
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Post  sanderson 9/13/2018, 3:29 am

Bumping this for September. Must get my seedlings going or try direct sowing, especially the winter peas. Take this list with a grain of salt. The cabbage family, Swiss Chard, lettuces, carrots, radishes and other root crops, yes. Summer crops like tomatoes, peppers, and most beans, no. Has anyone started their seedlings?

sanderson wrote:Here is the Gardenate.com list of planting for Zone 9A, followed by Zone 9B.  I've come to the conclusion that I'm in 9A for summer and 9B for winter.   Shocked

Beans-climbing /Pole, Runner, Scarlet      Plant in Garden  Harvest from December
Beans-dwarf /French / Bush)  Plant in garden     Harvest from December
Beets     Plant in Garden     Harvest from December
Broccoli     Plant in Garden      Harvest from December
Brussels sprouts      Plant in Garden      Harvest from January
Cape Gooseberry     Plant in Garden     Harvest from January
Capsicum / peppers      Plant in Garden     Harvest from December
Carrot         Plant in Garden     Harvest from January
Cauliflower    Start undercover in seed trays, plant out in 4-6 weeks  Harvest from February
Chinese cabbage      Start undercover in seed trays, plant out in 4-6 weeks   Harvest from December
Collards /  Borekale)  Plant in garden     Harvest from November.
Endive      Plant in garden      Harvest from December.
Fennel      Plant in Garden.     Harvest from January.
Florence Fennel / Finocchio     Plant in garden.     Harvest from January.
Kale / Borecole     Plant in garden.     Harvest from December.
Kohlrabi     plant in garden.     Harvest from December
Leeks    Plant in garden.    Harvest from January.
Lettuce     Plant in garden.     Harvest from December.
Mustard greens     Plant in Garden.      Harvest from November.
Onion      Plant in garden.      Harvest from April.
Radish      Plant in garden.      Harvest from November.
Salsify      Plant in garden.     Harvest from January.
Shallots       Plant in garden.       Harvest from January.
Squash, Summer       Plant in garden.        Harvest from December.
Strawberry Plants       Plant in garden.      Harvest from January.
Turnip     Plant in garden.       Harvest from November.



Planting in USA - Zone 8B regions

Beans / broad beans / fava beans     Plant in garden.
Beets          Plant in garden.
Cabbage         Plant in garden.
Carrot           Plant in garden.
Chicory / Belgian endive          Plant in garden.
Chives         Plant in garden.
Collards /  Borekale        Plant in garden.
Daikon radish       Plant in garden.
Horseradish          Plant in garden.
Kohlrabi         Plant in garden.
Leeks        Plant in garden.
Lettuce           Plant in garden.
Mustard greens       Plant in garden.
Onion       Plant in garden.
Radish       Plant in garden.
Rocket / Arugula / Rucola      Plant in garden.
Silverbeet / Swiss Chard       Plant in garden.
Snow Peas / Sugar Peas       Plant in garden.
Spinach / English spinach       Plant in garden.
Strawberry Plants       Plant in garden.
Turnip       Plant in garden.

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The hot weather ended early this year, so I'm experimenting with another round of summer crops, mixed in with fall (not thinking about winter, yet). Here's what's going in the ground today and tomorrow:

Carrots -- Chantenay Red Core
Chives
Cilantro
Cucumber -- Crystal Apple
Lettuce -- Little Gem
Lettuce -- Romaine
Onion -- Texas 1015 Supersweet
Peas -- Sugar Ann
Peas -- Sugar Snap
Radish -- Daikon
Radish -- Icicle
Squash -- Spaghetti
Squash -- Zucchini
Turnips -- Japanese Baby

Some of these are risky, but what do I have to lose? Razz
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countrynaturals wrote:The hot weather ended early this year, so I'm experimenting with another round of summer crops, mixed in with fall (not thinking about winter, yet). Here's what's going in the ground today and tomorrow:

Carrots -- Chantenay Red Core
Chives
Cilantro
Cucumber -- Crystal Apple
Lettuce -- Little Gem
Lettuce -- Romaine
Onion -- Texas 1015 Supersweet
Peas -- Sugar Ann
Peas -- Sugar Snap
Radish -- Daikon
Radish -- Icicle
Squash -- Spaghetti
Squash -- Zucchini
Turnips -- Japanese Baby

Some of these are risky, but what do I have to lose? Razz
Disclaimer: In a "normal" August, this wouldn't work. It would have to be a mild year, and not recommended until you're pretty sure the triple-digits are done for the year, which means probably never before the 15th of the month.
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Quick Fall Crops?

High Mowing Seeds: Quick Fall Crops

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OhioGardener wrote:Quick Fall Crops?

High Mowing Seeds: Quick Fall Crops
thankyou OG. Maybe I'm not crazy after all. alrighta
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countrynaturals wrote::twirlthanks:OG. Maybe I'm not crazy after all. alrighta

Could we get a second opinion on that?  rofl

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countrynaturals wrote::twirlthanks:OG. Maybe I'm not crazy after all. alrighta

Could we get a second opinion on that?  rofl
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sanderson wrote:Bumping this for September.  Must get my seedlings going or try direct sowing, especially the winter peas.  Take this list with a grain of salt.  The cabbage family, Swiss Chard, lettuces, carrots, radishes and other root crops, yes.  Summer crops like tomatoes, peppers, and most beans, no.  Has anyone started their seedlings?

sanderson wrote:Here is the Gardenate.com list of planting for Zone 9A, followed by Zone 9B.  I've come to the conclusion that I'm in 9A for summer and 9B for winter.   Shocked

Beans-climbing /Pole, Runner, Scarlet      Plant in Garden  Harvest from December
Beans-dwarf /French / Bush)  Plant in garden     Harvest from December
Beets     Plant in Garden     Harvest from December
Broccoli     Plant in Garden      Harvest from December
Brussels sprouts      Plant in Garden      Harvest from January
Cape Gooseberry     Plant in Garden     Harvest from January
Capsicum / peppers      Plant in Garden     Harvest from December
Carrot         Plant in Garden     Harvest from January
Cauliflower    Start undercover in seed trays, plant out in 4-6 weeks  Harvest from February
Chinese cabbage      Start undercover in seed trays, plant out in 4-6 weeks   Harvest from December
Collards /  Borekale)  Plant in garden     Harvest from November.
Endive      Plant in garden      Harvest from December.
Fennel      Plant in Garden.     Harvest from January.
Florence Fennel / Finocchio     Plant in garden.     Harvest from January.
Kale / Borecole     Plant in garden.     Harvest from December.
Kohlrabi     plant in garden.     Harvest from December
Leeks    Plant in garden.    Harvest from January.
Lettuce     Plant in garden.     Harvest from December.
Mustard greens     Plant in Garden.      Harvest from November.
Onion      Plant in garden.      Harvest from April.
Radish      Plant in garden.      Harvest from November.
Salsify      Plant in garden.     Harvest from January.
Shallots       Plant in garden.       Harvest from January.
Squash, Summer       Plant in garden.        Harvest from December.
Strawberry Plants       Plant in garden.      Harvest from January.
Turnip     Plant in garden.       Harvest from November.



Planting in USA - Zone 8B regions

Beans / broad beans / fava beans     Plant in garden.
Beets          Plant in garden.
Cabbage         Plant in garden.
Carrot           Plant in garden.
Chicory / Belgian endive          Plant in garden.
Chives         Plant in garden.
Collards /  Borekale        Plant in garden.
Daikon radish       Plant in garden.
Horseradish          Plant in garden.
Kohlrabi         Plant in garden.
Leeks        Plant in garden.
Lettuce           Plant in garden.
Mustard greens       Plant in garden.
Onion       Plant in garden.
Radish       Plant in garden.
Rocket / Arugula / Rucola      Plant in garden.
Silverbeet / Swiss Chard       Plant in garden.
Snow Peas / Sugar Peas       Plant in garden.
Spinach / English spinach       Plant in garden.
Strawberry Plants       Plant in garden.
Turnip       Plant in garden.
YIKES! Tomorrow is September! I'm still in summer mode. I can't believe it's time for broccoli already! veggie fun
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countrynaturals wrote:
sanderson wrote:I planted the broccoli about 3 days ago when I did the radishes.  The trays are outdoors so they are warm.  Are yours indoors?

PS  I planted the seeds Aug 28th
One poked its little head up this morning. I started the tray inside, since our night temps are down into the low 60s now, but I moved it out when the beans started to sprout. I meant to bring it back in at night, but forgot last night. Mad Celeriac is up this am, too. That should be interesting. I didn't know it was a root crop. I hope it transplants okay. Shocked
YIKES! 3 years ago I had my broccoli planted already. I guess I'd better start winter stuff, tomorrow. Rolling Eyes
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CN, Thank you for bumping this thread. I need to get started!

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sanderson wrote:CN,  Thank you for bumping this thread.  I need to get started!
I just planted Chinese Fruit radishes, carrots, and Daikons in the SFG bed. flower
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More than me. I just started removing summer plants. Haven't started any seed pots.

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From the SFG newsletter:

https://squarefootgardening.org/2019/09/cool-weather-veggies-for-warm-climates/

Planting hint from this month's newsletter:

count back from the first frost date and then add two weeks to account for shortened days and slower growth – Voila!

So simple, so "common sense", so me stoopid for not thinking of it, myself. dangit
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Yesterday I bought the Bonnie six-packs for the winter garden.  I prefer to do my own starts but kitchen re-do and total house cleaning of the resulting plaster and concrete dust is top priority.

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We are all living vicariously through you guys!!!!  So exciting!
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Scorpio Rising wrote:We are all living vicariously through you guys!!!!  So exciting!
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Finally getting the peas started -- almost a month behind. Embarassed
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Post  sanderson 9/11/2022, 3:07 am

Bump

The Gardenate.com planting suggestions for Zone 9a can be found in this thread.  As I write this, some areas of California have come out of a real scorcher with temperatures up to 115*F.  The only plants that are thriving at this time in my garden are the Purple Hull Pink-eyed beans.  Bell and hot peppers are still producing but they are small.

I discovered the Master Gardeners planting guide for the San Joaquin Valley.  According to this guide, the following can be planted or sowed in Sept:

Asian Greens - Sow September, harvest October-November
Basil - Transplant
Beets - Sow September, harvest November-December
Broccoli - Sow or transplant, harvest October-December
Carrots - Sow, harvest November-January
Cauliflower - transplant first 2 weeks September
Swiss chard - Sow August, but maybe right now will still be okay as it is frost hardy, harvest November-
   December.  I know it will continue growing through until next summer.
Cilantro - Sow, harvest October-December (if not longer)
Lettuce - Sow, harvest October-December (if not longer with pick and grow)
Onions, green - sow
Parsnips - sow August, but maybe early September will also work, harvest through January
Peas - sow August, but I know from experience they can be sowed in September
Potatoes, Irish - seed potatoes or chits in August, but maybe early September will still work.  Harvest November-
  December.
Radish - sow.
Rutabaga - sow September-October
Spinach - sow end of September
Turnips - sow September - early October

I got the Yukon Gold seed potatoes in the beds August 26 and they were up September 3!

https://ucanr.edu/sites/mgfresno/files/340806.pdf

https://www.ufseeds.com/vegetable-planting-calendar-fresno-california.html?fbclid=IwAR0QJYKi_hzgf_pUkyq0dm44fsmO8PtULDnRTjAD7DJEg_RnugpxxUepMKk#:~:text=This%20means%20that%20while%20some,to%20calculate%20your%20planting%20schedules

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