growing season

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Noun1.growing season - the season during which a crop grows bestgrowing season - the season during which a crop grows best
season - a period of the year marked by special events or activities in some field; "he celebrated his 10th season with the ballet company"; "she always looked forward to the avocado season"
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growing season

nZeit fdes Wachstums, Vegetationszeit f (spec)
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Sow pepper seeds 8 to 10 weeks before last frost date.
The last frost day is about May 10," Martinson said.
In cold-winter areas, wait until after the last frost to sow.
Tomato plants will soon be available in garden centres Either way, you will have to wait until the last frost has passed before planting out in the garden, remembering to harden off the young plants first.
Predicting when the last frost of the year will be is always a gamble and experienced gardeners know to have some horticultural fleece or old newspaper - the Mirror, obviously - to hand to protect their precious plants in the event of a sudden dip in temperature.
I use a deep flat and sow the seeds 90 days before my last frost date.
Additionally as the garden soil is finally warming up, April is the best time to plant most of your vegetable seeds after the last frost.
Once harvesting is done, you have to wait until the last frost passes in spring to get busy planting again, and you may struggle to keep all your livestock alive through the winter, especially if it is long or harsh.
Harden off the plants carefully and plant them into well prepared soil with plenty of compost when the last frost is over, in early June.
They are best started off indoors, in two seeds per pot at 5cm (2in) deep, then planted out once they are around 8cm (3in) tall, but you must wait until the last frost has passed as they are extremely susceptible to frost.
It can give you your first and last frost dates based on data from more than 5,000 weather stations across the United States and Canada.