SPRING PREPARATION see the white plumb tree blooming full of white blossoms, so do the cotling moths and every other fly or moth that likes to lay its eggs on the blooms.  Get an old gallon milk jug and put in 2 banana peels, 2 C sugar, 2 T Molasses, 1 C cider vinegar, and […]

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Green manure adds both nitrogen and carbon to the soil, and is getting rid of weeds too. It’s good to have a drip system in place that doesn’t water anything but your crop plants. For years I used a soak line with thousands of little holes made of a rubber foam, no control at all. […]

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Time to plan for great Outdoor activity, like till your garden up and get ready to put on seed for green manure. Clover and Rye grass is what I use. Rake just enough to smooth out the rows, and put it right on the newly tilled soil. A little spring rain my help or water […]

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