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he Autumnal Equinox is at 3:50 a.m. Monday and with it the autumn – or fall – season officially arrives. We’re going to have increasingly more darkness for a while longer, but this time three months from now, when Christmas is knocking at the door, the days will start to slowly get longer again.

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According to Home Gardening in Kentucky, today is the final day for planting in the unprotected garden — and it’s a killing day anyway, so you don’t want to plant those radishes. Therefore, unless it’s in a low tunnel, cold frame or green house, we’re through planting for the year!

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This week and beyondMoon: Dark moon rules until the new moon at 6:37 a.m. Aug. 30, below ground producers during this period.Signs: Today, very fertile for below-ground producers; Sunday-Tuesday, no planting/killing sign rules; Wednesday-Thursday, very fertile; Friday-Saturday, bean/pea sign…

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This week and beyondMoon: Light moon rules until full moon at 8:29 a.m. Thursday; plant above-ground producers during this period. Then beginning next Friday until the new moon on Aug. 30, only below-ground producers.Signs: Through Wednesday, so-so; Thursday, Friday and next Saturday, very f…

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