Various Ways To Recycle
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Leafy Greens: Plant in your garden in wide rows w. ample sun, 8 - 12 in. apart and less than 1 in. deep. The cooler the soil, the better flavored your crop will taste. Harvest Time: August, after about 8 to 11 weeks. Source: Ebony.com (2014). Sweet Corn: You will need a separate area for tall stalks. In full sun, sow seeds 2 in. apart, 1 in. deep, allowing 1 foot between rows. Harvest Time: September, usually after about 11 weeks for full maturity. Source: Ebony.com (2014)
 
NEVER EAT WHITE POTATOES THAT ARE TURNING GREEN OR HAVE SPROUTED (BLOOMING) BY DOING SO MAY MAKE YOU PYSICALLY SICK.
 
Harvest Time: Peaches (5/5-9/15), Blackberries (6/15-7/20), Cantaloupe (6/20-8/15), Strawberries (5/1-6/15), Watermelons (6/10-9/30), Tomatoes (5/15-8/15), Butter Beans/Lima Beans (6/15-10/31), Beets (Apr-May), Cabbage (4/10-6/10), Cucumbers (Fall), Peas (4/15-5/31), Okra (Mid July-First frost), Sweet Corn (6/1-8/31), Summer Squash (5/1-7/31), Fall Squash (9/15-10/31), and Sweet Potatoes (9/1-11/30). Courtesy of Santee Cooper Country
 
 
 
 
Sow grass seeds late Aug. - Sept.; fertilize lawn twice a year.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Courtesy: Poster from World War II era.