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First Things First
L ast night, I was fortunate to hear Dr. Sara Via, a University of Maryland biologist, give her talk on "Ecology of the Soil" to my county's Master Gardeners. She recommended a 2016 paper from Nature entitled Climate-Smart Soils. One of the gems in this pap...

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#PreparingaVegetableGardenforPlanting
To make sure that you will get the best from your vegetable garden, planting seeds and seedling in the right time and appropriate time. There is zone chart that can help you deal with our gardening venture.
This chart provides you with great ideas on when and how to start planting.
Their average temperature of the soil is also an essential aspect that needs to be considered when planting seeds. https://youtu.be/e5JuJXJI4rE

#PlantingSeedsinaGarden #PreparingaVegetableGarden

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Blog that gives tip, posts garden pictures, and shares experience growing flowers and vegetable in a small space in a Zone 4B area in upstate New York. . http://backyardorganicgardener.blogspot.com

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Storm Purges
It's been four years since Superstorm Sandy poured down on the northeastern U.S.  Now, major hurricanes simultaneously threaten to cause disasters in both hemispheres. Despite Matthew's menacing track forecast , there is a good cha...

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7 years into a backyard, no dig, 100% organic garden. So grateful for the fruits of such simple labor. We really focused on the greens this year and  I couldn't be happier with the results as we started harvesting in June and are still harvesting in November. Here's what we did with kale to keep eating through the winter.
https://youtu.be/XzD0OwAjcRs

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Just for fun!  Can you identify what's growing here by the roots?
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