But before you put in those seeds or transplants, be sure to prepare your soil and there’s the rub this year. Your soil has received a lot of moisture in February and so far in March, so be careful to wait to turn in your cover crops and/or other organic matter. The word this year seems to be patience.
First, make sure your soil is dry enough to work. Second, after you have turned in the organic matter, let the soil rest for a couple of weeks before planting. You will be better off not rushing the season.
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Backyard Poultry Beekeeping
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