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A calendar of best days to garden and do other yard chores according to the Farmers' Almanac's 200-year-old formula.
6th - 7th
A favorable time for sowing grains, hay, and fodder crops. Plant flowers. First day is when to plant corn, melons, squash, tomatoes, and other above ground crops. Second day is a favorable day for planting root crops.
8th - 9th
Start seedbeds. Good days for transplanting. Good days for planting beets, carrots, radishes, turnips, peanuts, and other root crops. Also good for leafy vegetables
10th - 11th
Neither plant nor sow on these barren days.
12th - 14th
Favorable days for planting beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, onions, and other root crops.
15th - 16th
Excellent time to kill weeds, briars, poison ivy, and other plant pests.
17th - 19th
Set strawberry plants. Excellent for any vine crops, such as beans, peas, and cucumbers. Good days for transplanting. Favorable days for planting root crops.
20th - 21st
Poor planting days. Break ground or cultivate.
22nd - 24th
Favorable for planting beans, corn, cotton, tomatoes, peppers, and other above ground crops.
25th - 26th
Poor days for planting, seeds tend to rot in ground.
27th - 28th
Plant seedbeds and start flower gardens. Plant tomatoes, beans, peppers, corn, cotton, and other aboveground crops on these most fruitful days.
29th - 30th
Grub out weeds, briars, and other plant pests.