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Before it starts to get too cold, take advantage of those last nice days to clear out the empty flowerbeds. Remove weeds once again, so that the bad ones don’t grow back!
It’s sad to admit but the planting season is coming to an end. But we have one last tip for you: Think about mangetout! This old variety sows from early to mid-November and will produce the first peas as early as May...
In just a few weeks, temperatures have dropped considerably, and it is already difficult to remember this summer's heat wave! As a result, plants are no longer producing new fruits.
Before storing them for winter, clean your tools and grease them a little to prevent rust. Don't forget to service your machines!
In autumn, cereal grains such as rye, spelt or emmer can still be sown. Not only for flour production, but also as a green manure! They cover the soil quickly throughout the winter and prevent erosion. In the spring, you can simply cut and mix them on the ground or even make healthy smoothies!