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By: Skyepony, 1:45 PM GMT on June 01, 2014


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When to plant what & how in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama.

June gardening in Florida is harvesting, keeping the weeds down & prepping it for summer. For some that maybe setting okra, watermelon, black eyed peas, some household gourds, broomcorm in the ground for a summer garden..others it's time to throw down a cover crop of black eyed peas, marigolds or sweet potatoes.. wish them luck & go on vacation.

North FL Lima Beans, southern peas (cow, black eyed), okra, eggplant, sweet potatoes.

Central FL okra, southern peas & sweet potatoes.

South FL Sweet potatoes.

May 2014
24th-26th Seeds planted now tend to rot in the ground. Best days for killing plant pests.
27th-28th Plant tomatoes, beans, peppers, corn, cotton, and other aboveground crops on these most fruitful days. Plant seedbeds and flower gardens.
29th-30th Poor period for planting. Clear fencerows, and clear land.

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