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Setting in-ground dates for overwintering plants

How to make sure your overwintering plants display on next year's plan

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When you set in-ground dates for overwintering crops the plants will only show on your plan up until December, to avoid viewing overlap with other crops that may be growing during the early months of the same year. However, when you create your follow-on plan for next year, they will then display on that plan.

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As an example, if you have marked a crop as being in the ground from October until June, they will display from October to December on your original plan, then January to June in your follow-on plan. (For this reason it's important to only create your follow-on plan once you've set in-ground dates for all your plants in the original plan.)

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