The end of summer is a time that gardeners can truly appreciate the fruits of their labor. It is also a good time to make note of what grew well and what you might want to change for next year.
One item is a renewed appreciation for spacing plants as directed when planting them. There is one thing we can’t change though – the weather. Tomatoes do not like cool August evenings.
Equipment is also an important item, and the correct tiller/cultivator does a great job tilling the garden, pulverizing the soil, and composting. It is certainly easier than digging with a shovel. It can also be used to churn up patches of sod to plant new grass.