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Planting by the Moon

By Philip Case

While we’re still enjoying some wonderful weather, Fall officially begins on Sept. 22 at 5:19 p.m., the days are noticeably shorter and we’ve had some cool nights. This will, of course, just continue and planting veggies that don’t have time to make it to harvest is a waste of your time, energy and resources. Nonetheless, here’s the overview for the month of September according to the phases of the moon and signs of the zodiac for those doing planting or transplanting inside the house, greenhouse or planting fall flowers and trees or needing other information which might be helpful.

The Moon: The light moon is in force now and until 12:03 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4 when the dark moon comes into force with the appearance of the full moon. Proceed with only light-moon activities through Sept. 3 and the dark moon activities beginning Sept. 5. The light moon comes back into force at 2:44 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18 with the new moon that features no moon visible in the sky when it takes over. It continues to rule until the full moon in October at 2:10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 4. As you just read, the dark moon comes into force with the full moon arriving around lunchtime Friday, Sept. 4 and continuing to rule until the new moon Sept. 18. From Sept. 5 through Sept. 17 pursue dark moon activities only – which would include planting radishes through Sept. 15.

Read the original article at: The Kentucky State Journal

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