Turning the soil over in the fall is more about course tillage instead of creating a bed for planting. The goal is to leave the bed with larger, chunkier clods that the freezing and thawing of winter will naturally break down.
Turning the soil over in the fall is more about course tillage instead of creating a bed for planting. The goal is to leave the bed with larger, chunkier clods that the freezing and thawing of winter will naturally break down. Adele Wilcoxen
Turning the soil over in the fall is more about course tillage instead of creating a bed for planting. The goal is to leave the bed with larger, chunkier clods that the freezing and thawing of winter will naturally break down. Adele Wilcoxen
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Fall gardening tip: Till your soil and add compost now, not in the spring

November 02, 2018 03:50 PM