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Gardening Woes? Find A Multitude Of Information Here.Taking the time to use good gardening practices really shows in the end. Your caring skills will shine through in the quality of your garden. That is an admirable thing. However, there are always ways to learn new skills, and hone your existing ones. The following tips are given to help you with this.Many times when digging in clay soil the clay will adhere to the shovel, which will make it much harder to dig. Coat and buff the digging end of the shovel with automobile wax to make digging easier. This causes the clay to slide rather than stick, and prevents rust as a side effect.Selecting bulbs. Most bulbs are sold during their dormant period. Buy them as early as possible before they start to produce roots. Most spring flowering bulbs will begin to grow roots by early fall, and by planting them early, you will ensure that they have time to establish themselves. Bulbs will deteriorate if kept out of the ground too long. Don’t buy any bulb that is soft or mushy, or appears to be diseased.Use a bar of soap to prevent dirt under your nails. Before you begin gardening, scrape your fingernails across a bar of soap. This will create a barrier that keeps the dirt out. When you are done gardening, the soap will wash out quickly and easily – leaving your nails sparkling clean.When the vegetable season is over, grow a shoulder season crop if possible. Fruits like strawberries or raspberries bear fruit very early or very late in the season before or after the summer vegetable crops take over and can be planted. Raspberries can be planted to bear fruit in the fall and strawberries can be planted to bear fruit in the spring.You now have your garden tools, seeds and supplies needed to skillfully grow an organic garden, using the tips given here. That’s awesome! These tips were specifically crafted to enhance your organic gardening techniques. A gardener should never be done learning! You might find some new techniques that you can test out in your garden.
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