Spring Food Plot Maintenance with Compact Tractors │ Cabela’s Wildlife and Land Management

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Spring Food Plot Maintenance with Compact Tractors │ Cabela's Wildlife and Land ManagementApril 27, 2015 │ On this week’s episode of Cabela’s Wildlife and Land Management (WLM) TV, Senior Wildlife Biologist, Rans Thomas, uses his Cabela’s LM50H Compact Tractor …

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Introduction to Raised Bed Gardens

Raised Bed Garden

There are many advantages to growing plants in raised beds. These include better drainage, and earlier planting due to the soil drying out quicker, and becoming warm earlier. Plants will have an easier time working their way down into the soil because a raised bed is usually less compacted than regular garden soil. A raised bed also eliminates a lot of bending and kneeling. Some raised beds are so tall, that people in wheelchairs can enjoy working with plants and soil.

The Raised Bed in its simplest form, is to simply rake up a large pile of dirt, pack it down slightly, and plant your seeds. Continue reading Introduction to Raised Bed Gardens