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A Healthy Soil



Sometimes we need to get back to the basics of healthy soil. Healthy soil is essential to building beautiful gardens. With healthy soil, your plants are better equipped to fight off diseases. Your plants have more organic nutrients available to them. If you're growing vegetables, you can expect better yields. If you're growing flowering plants, you can expect more blooms and lush foliage. You can make a huge positive impact on the soil in your garden by doing one simple thing. Add organic amendments. Return to the soil what came from the soil. This doesn't have to make you an "organic gardener". You can still use your Miracle-Gro or other synthetic fertilizers. What you will realize is you don't need quite as much and as often. And you'll see the results growing before your very eyes. One thing to always keep in mind, the overall health of your garden starts with the soil.





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