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The Bailey’s Peanut cultivar was planted on June 17 in the UF/IFAS Extension Wakulla County demonstration garden during a Master Gardener workday. Sixteen weeks later they are ready to harvest and use.

By LES HARRISON
and
SAMANTHA KENNEDY
Of Wakulla Extension

In Wakulla County, as it is in all of North Florida, October is a transition month for home gardeners with the summer vegetables ebbing in both growth and production.
Fall and winter crops are going in, but in most cases, they are still too underdeveloped to utilize in any volume.
It is a curious alignment of convenience that one of the last to harvest garden crops fits neatly into use during the autumn season’s sporting events.

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