Fall is the best time to grown green manure cover crops for your garden

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By Chris Coulter

Agriculture Columnist

Labor Day often marks a psychological ending to the summer growing season, if not a biological one.

We’ve still got a lot of growing season left in the year. In fact, late summer and fall is our favorite time of the year. Our fall crops that we grow to supply our fall and winter CSA are some of our favorites, as the cool fall weather makes everything sweet and tasty. But for the typical backyard grower, there may not be much happening in the garden this time of year except a few weeds and some dead tomato vines.

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