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@dr_earth_organics is the only Non-GMO Project Verified fertilizer & soil in America. The highest level of organics, because it matters. #sparetimedistribution #DrEarth @nongmoproject #gardensupplieswholesale #hydroponicsupplies #wholesalehydroponics #calihydrowholesale #oregonwholesalegardensupply #soilandamendments

Winter can still be a viable season for gardening. There are many steps you can take to protect your plants from plummeting temperatures. Here are a few tips for gardening in winter:

• Many vegetables thrive in cooler temps including carrots, kale, broccoli, cabbage, arugula, lettuce, turnips, radishes, onions, garlic and spinach. Look for tags or seed packets that reference “cool” or “cold season” in their descriptions.

• Even cool season veggies need warm soil to grow. Layering mulch or applying ground covers helps insulate soil from the cold.

• Cold frames are easy-to-use structures that use solar energy and insulation to create micro-climates for your garden.

• Quonsets or hoop houses are easy to build and can extend your growing season, acting as makeshift greenhouses designed to trap heat.

#sparetimedistribution #wintergardening #gardensupplieswholesale #hydroponicsupplies #wholesalehydroponics #calihydrowholesale #oregonwholesalegardensupply #soilandamendments
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Winter can still be a viable season for gardening. There are many steps you can take to protect your plants from plummeting temperatures. Here are a few tips for gardening in winter:

• Many vegetables thrive in cooler temps including carrots, kale, broccoli, cabbage, arugula, lettuce, turnips, radishes, onions, garlic and spinach. Look for tags or seed packets that reference “cool” or “cold season” in their descriptions.

• Even cool season veggies need warm soil to grow. Layering mulch or applying ground covers helps insulate soil from the cold.

• Cold frames are easy-to-use structures that use solar energy and insulation to create micro-climates for your garden.

• Quonsets or hoop houses are easy to build and can extend your growing season, acting as makeshift greenhouses designed to trap heat.

#sparetimedistribution #wintergardening #gardensupplieswholesale #hydroponicsupplies #wholesalehydroponics #calihydrowholesale #oregonwholesalegardensupply #soilandamendments
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