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We had a terribly hot and dry June, followed by a normal July with more moisture and many of our gardens turned into lush weed-infested messes But with most of you, I am sure, the summer garden was a success. In June, I had made the decision to not worry about doing a fall garden mainly because I thought the drought would just get worse, but it didn’t, so now I might plant a few things to munch on into October and early November.
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