Weed Control

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WEED CONTROL Weed control can be handled in many ways: A thick layer of mulch keeps light from reaching weeds, the few plants that do manage to stick their leaves…

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Soil Prep

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SOIL PREP Fertile, well drained soil is the basis for organic gardening.  However, we cannot garden continually in the same area without returning organic matter to the garden. Compost improves…

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Critter Control

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CRITTER CONTROL Three basic control methods can be used to minimize damage. Employ scare tactics. Scare tactics can include a domestic dog or cat prowling around the property, visual imitations…

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Composting Benefits

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COMPOSTING BENEFITS Benefits of using compost as an organic fertilizer and mulch: Making compost is cheap or free. Compost improves soil structure, texture, and aeration. As a mulch, compost helps…

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