Growing Root Crops on the New Jersey Coast

Actually I'm not sure if I'm in zone 7a or 7b. I live along the coast in Wildwood, NJ. I have terrific luck with grape tomato plants and other sun loving plants. Of course the soil is very sandy. I wanted to try carrots, radishes, and other root plants this season. I would appreciate any help. Also, how soon can I plant?

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By Barbo from Wildwood, NJ

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Contact your local county extension office. They may also have a website. Most extension offices provide all that information for free. Your local nurseries should be able to tell you also.

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