A journal on eco-conscious gardening and agriculture
Monday, April 27, 2015
What wet weather can do to garden plants
Rain is good, and rain during a drought is never something to complain about.
But rain can saturate topsoil and cause garden crops to be stunted or even die.
Texas farmer Marshall Hinsley explains what happens when topsoil becomes waterlogged and offers a few steps he's taking to help his crops along until the sun shines again and the soil dries out a little.