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Food Gardening Magazine Publishes November Winter Food Preservation and Garden Planning Issue

Food Gardening Network, publisher of Food Gardening Magazine, has released their November 2022 issue, which reveals how gardeners can store root crops for the winter, as well as the tasks they can do now to prep their garden for spring, including seed saving.

The November issue of Food Gardening Magazine features four videos and feature articles that offer gardeners tips for preserving their end-of-season root vegetables, pickling fresh vegetables, and the garden chores they can do now to get a successful start on their spring growing season.

Beginning with November Gardening Tasks and Chores, readers will discover five strategies for tidying up their garden beds and getting them ready for spring. Then, in How to Get Seeds from Your Vegetables to Save for Next Year, readers can learn about saving seeds from their favorite vegetables so they can grow them again the following year. Senior Editor Amanda MacArthur shares tips on saving seeds from tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, squash, lettuce, carrots, and more.

She goes on to say, “In my experience it can be very tricky to get my hands on certain varieties of seeds that are either rare or in high demand. That’s why I don’t like to leave it to chance when I find a veggie I love, like a special heirloom tomato.”

For gardeners who already have an abundance of vegetables, How to Store Potatoes, Carrots & More for the Winter details how (and how long) to store carrots, beets, onions, garlic, winter squash, potatoes, legumes, and other vegetables.

Then readers can learn additional food preservation skills in How to Pickle: 3 Ways, including fermenting, a simple refrigerator pickling method, and a quick method that only takes about 15 minutes.

The November issue of Food Gardening Magazine also includes in-depth articles about winter squash, sage, and potatoes. These articles explore the Food Gardening Network’s latest gardening guides while providing valuable information on their own. Subscribers get instant access to the premium gardening guides themselves, too.

In 25 Types of Powdery Mildew Resistant Squash, readers can discover more than two dozen varieties of winter squash that are resistant to this common disease. The list includes multiple varieties of acorn and butternut squashes, as well as delicata, Hubbard, and spaghetti squash varieties.

In 10 Sage Companion Plants, gardeners will discover other herbs and vegetables that grow well with sage, including beans, kohlrabi, and carrots.

Then, in Potatoes Turning Green? How to Stop Your Tubers From Spoiling, readers will learn what it means when potatoes turn green and how to prevent that from happening, whether in the garden or in storage.

In all, the November issue of Food Gardening Magazine offers readers four feature articles, four accompanying videos, and three Gardening Guide Close-Ups spotlighting winter squash, sage, and potatoes. These gardening guides offer comprehensive, in-depth information about a single fruit, herb, or vegetable, from starting seeds to dealing with pests and diseases, and from nutrition facts to delicious recipes.

View the November 2022 issue of Food Gardening Magazine now.

About Food Gardening Network: Food Gardening Network was founded by home food gardeners and for home food gardeners—the mission is to serve gardeners with tips, tools, advice, and recipes for growing and enjoying good food at home. During the Covid-19 pandemic that began in 2020, it became apparent that home food gardening would grow beyond a hobby for many home gardeners. Food Gardening Network launched in January of 2021 as an all-encompassing resource for gardeners of all skill levels, with in-depth articles on planning, planting, maintaining, and harvesting home garden crops. Food Gardening Network also includes easy-to-prepare recipes so home gardeners can enjoy the fruits of their labors in delicious, creative ways.

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