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Helen Atthowe of BioDesign Farm describes using a living mulch to achieve slow release fertility

Helen Atthowe of BioDesign Farm describes using a living mulch to achieve slow release fertility

How to Grow A Four-Season Garden - Part 1 (additional parts found on site as well)

How to Grow A Four-Season Garden - Part 1 (additional parts found on site as well)

{gardening} Cover Crops 101  fromscratchclub.com  Dianna explains all you need to know about cover cropping your home garden. Cover crops are incredibly important for soil improvement, fertility and stabilization and for weed control.

{gardening} Cover Crops 101 fromscratchclub.com Dianna explains all you need to know about cover cropping your home garden. Cover crops are incredibly important for soil improvement, fertility and stabilization and for weed control.

Steve Solomon’s garden soil and crops show the effects of steady applications of his homemade organic fertilizer.

A Better Garden Fertilizer - Organic Gardening

Steve Solomon’s garden soil and crops show the effects of steady applications of his homemade organic fertilizer.

This guy's gardening blog looks awesome. He's the vinegar to kill weeds guy.

This guy's gardening blog looks awesome. He's the vinegar to kill weeds guy.

High Density Potato Planting in Growing Bags - YouTube

High Density Potato Planting in Growing Bags - YouTube

Testing Soil Quality by Growing Radishes. If your radishes matured and you harvested a healthy crop, your garden soil is good to go. If your radishes fail to produce a vegetable root but grew a lush, healthy top that means that the soil lacks phosphorous and potassium. Yellow, unhealthy-looking (chlorotic) leaves tell you that iron, sulfur, nitrogen and other trace minerals are lacking in your soil. You will have to amend for these deficiencies as needed.

Testing Soil Quality by Growing Radishes. If your radishes matured and you harvested a healthy crop, your garden soil is good to go. If your radishes fail to produce a vegetable root but grew a lush, healthy top that means that the soil lacks phosphorous and potassium. Yellow, unhealthy-looking (chlorotic) leaves tell you that iron, sulfur, nitrogen and other trace minerals are lacking in your soil. You will have to amend for these deficiencies as needed.

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