Here’s a handy tip for enjoying fall veggies and improving your soil with a cover crop at the same time…
If you’re working with a limited amount of garden space, you are probably always looking for ways to get the most from the amount of garden space that you do have. Maximizing soil fertility is key to a good harvest, and one good way to improve your soil is to plant cover crops. Cover crops help to add nutrients to your soil, as well as prevent erosion of your garden soil over the winter.
But should you plant fall crops in your garden, or cover crops to improve your soil health for next year? Which is more important?
The quick video below explains a quick tip for doing both. This way, you can enjoy those delicious fall veggies AND feed your soil at the same time!