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5 days of rain?

Crazy how a little rain can flip the weather and growing conditions? 70+ days without leading up to it may have a say in that conversation. 30+~15 degrees. All of a sudden you're checking your firewood stock, harvesting your tomatoes, and planting your winter garden. You'll be planting garlic next. All of these are important, but as the first day of September opens, building soil is the most important. Leaves will fall soon, temperatures as well, all things necessary in the replenishment of soil. Something to think about.

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