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Grow Better Food!
In this newsletter:
- How to Get Rare Seeds for Free from the USDA
- Should You Mulch Raised Garden Beds?
- When Should You Start Seeds Indoors?
I’m looking forward to when I can start seeds! But not yet.
Here are the newsletter articles:
This is the most popular article on Suburban Hobby Farmer with over 100,000 pageviews. It’s popular because I show you exactly how to use the USDA’s website to get unusual and rare seeds, cuttings and rootstock from all over the world at no cost. You don’t even need to pay for postage. Just recently the USDA has updated their website, so I have updated the article.
Although there are many reasons why you should mulch raised garden beds, there’s one reason that most gardeners don’t know. Most gardeners know that mulch prevents weeds and holds moisture, but there’s so much more. Read this article to learn about mulching raised beds.
Deciding when to start seedlings indoors can be a little tricky. Timing is important. This is because you’d like the seedlings to be at the optumum size when it is time to transplant them in the garden. So how do you know when to start?
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