Down To Earth Vegetable Gardening Know How by Dick Raymond
How to Start a Garden
I learned so much from my parents about growing and my good fortune continues to this day because their advice and living classroom is less than two kilometers away. I also have a number of great reference books to consult; being of the generation that still refers to books for information!
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I've always wanted to get an earlier start in the spring, but it's always so wet. Any suggestions:. Raised beds are the best way to help your soil dry out and warm up in the spring. I've compared soil on a raised bed with soil in a flat row and found the raised bed as much as 10 degrees warmer. Raised beds are ideal for wide rows of vegetables. Use a rake to pull a layer of soil onto the row. Taking three inches of soil from the walkway will give you a 6-inch raised bed.
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