Whether you are ready to shut down the vegetable garden for the year or still considering extending a couple more weeks of the growing season with your current plants, there are some practices that you can do this fall. University of Illinois Extension Educator, Grant Mc Carty, will discuss these practices at a program called “Falling into the Autumn Vegetable Garden” which will include the topics of seed saving, season extension, crop storage, general end of season practices, fall soil management, and many others.

Falling into the Autumn Vegetable Garden” will be held on Friday, November 6, from noon until 1 p.m. via Zoom on-line meeting platform. Registration is required to attend and can be completed on-line at: go.illinois.edu/jsw , there is a $5 registration fee to attend this event.