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1 In the vicinity of New York City. Each 100 miles north or south will make a difference of 5 to 7 days later or earlier. 2 This is for sowing the seed. It will take three to six weeks before plants are ready. Hence the advantage of using the seed-bed. For instance, you can start your late cabbage about June 15th, to follow the first crop of peas, which should be cleared off by the 10th of July. 3 Distances given are those at which the growing _plants_ should stand, after thinning. Seed in drills should be sown several times as thick. 4 Best started in seed-bed, and afterward transplanted; but may be sown when wanted and afterward thinned to the best plants.





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