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Gardeners ready for the fall

Posted: September 25, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: September 25, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Danny Freybrun, of Saugus, begins work on a shade structure. Danny Freybrun, of Saugus, begins work on a shade structure.
Danny Freybrun, of Saugus, begins work on a shade structure.
Bettye Hicks, of Saugus, cuts through tomato vines for composting. Bettye Hicks, of Saugus, cuts through tomato vines for composting.
Bettye Hicks, of Saugus, cuts through tomato vines for composting.
Carol Mireles cultivates fertilizer and compost into the soil in a plot at the Community Gardens at Central Park in Saugus on Monday.  Carol Mireles cultivates fertilizer and compost into the soil in a plot at the Community Gardens at Central Park in Saugus on Monday. 
Carol Mireles cultivates fertilizer and compost into the soil in a plot at the Community Gardens at Central Park in Saugus on Monday. 
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Carol Mireles cultivates fertilizer and compost into the soil in a plot at the Community Gardens at Central Park in Saugus on Monday. Mireles, the Garden Council president, joins other gardeners in planting of cool-season vegetables like beets, turnips, radishes and mustard greens.

Bettye Hicks, of Saugus, cuts through tomato vines for composting.

Danny Freybrun, of Saugus, begins work on a shade structure.

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