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Health, food and wellness from MU Extension Specialist Melissa Bess
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By Melissa Bess
My name is Melissa Bess. I am a Nutrition and Health Education Specialist with University of Missouri Extension. This health and wellness blog started as a way to help improve MU Extension faculty and staff wellness but has grown to a much larger ...
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MU Extension Health and Wellness
My name is Melissa Bess. I am a Nutrition and Health Education Specialist with University of Missouri Extension. This health and wellness blog started as a way to help improve MU Extension faculty and staff wellness but has grown to a much larger audience. Follow me, share with others, bookmark this page, leave comments, and enjoy.
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It's the time of year to start thinking about your garden. Some may have already started some planting.

MU Extension has a Vegetable Planting Calendar handout that tells your exactly when to plant your vegetables. Planting times vary depending on where you live in Missouri, but the timing is right for some vegetables right now. Beets, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, kale, lettuce, peas, radishes, spinach, potatoes, and turnips are just some of the vegetables that can be planted around this time of year.

The handout also gives you the amount of days from planting to eating and specifics about row space and inches between plants.

Download your copy of the Vegetable Planting Calendar today from the MU Extension website. If you would like a paper copy, please stop by or contact your local county Extension office. You can find your local county office on the MU Extension website as well.

Links:

MU Extension Vegetable Planting Calendar (pdf printable version)

MU Extension Vegetable Planting Calendar (web format)

Find your local county Extension office

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