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OCTOBER







Get ready for winter. Blanch rest of endive. Bank celery, to be used before Christmas, where it is. Gather tomatoes, melons, etc., to keep as long as possible. Keep especially clean and well cultivated all crops to be wintered over. Late in the month store cabbage and cauliflower; also beets, carrots, and other root crops. Get boxes, barrels, bins, sand or sphagnum moss ready beforehand, to save time in packing. Clean the garden; store poles, etc., worth keeping over; burn everything else that will not rot; and compost everything that will. _Fruit_. Harvest apples, etc. Pick winter pears just before hard frosts, and store in dry dark place.





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