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Harvesting various winter vegetables

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Now that our winter vegetables have been planted and well on their way toward production it is time to properly maintain the health of the plants and prepare for harvest. Most home gardeners have no problems harvesting warm season vegetables like tomatoes, peppers, peas and cucumbers, but growing and harvesting cool season vegetables, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts can be confusing to the first time grower. Below are some tips to keep these members of the cole family (Brassica oleracea) on the right track and increase the production during the winter months.

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