Often it's expensive and physically exhausting to bring in new soil to work with in your gardens and a lot of gardeners are eagerly looking forward to spring to get started again. The temperatures are no hindrance upon developing new soil to grow your vegetables in for those that choose to compost since it's breaking down process produces plenty of heat on it's own through it's chemical reaction naturally. This window of down time not being able to physically grow does not mean you are not technically still in the game upon this matter, and also growing your soil of sorts.
Food scraps tactfully along with lawn clippings or anything organic you typically are going to toss away can often be set aside and tossed into or onto the compost bin or pile. It does not require a lot of sophistication outside of turning it over from time to time. Being prepared with new, rich and even excess soil to share with neighbors is always a good thing to have on hand and since it's already on sight, a much easier way to acquire and use.
Introduction to raised garden beds, construction, selection, applications and more advanced systems.
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