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Okay folks I need some advice. The 12'x20' greenhouse I am finishing will be planted with shallots soon for sale by the end of May. I want to succession plant a quick growing, hot weather crop for sale in late-July(?) or mid-August. Not squash or tomatoes or beans. Any suggestions?
 
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