5 Tips to Save Your Vegetable Garden After Too Much Rain
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5 Tips to Save Your Vegetable Garden After Too Much Rain

I just got 4 inches of rain in less than 2 days and my garden completely flooded out. A rain garden is very different from a RAINED OUT garden, so here are a few thing you should do after a torrential downpour to make sure your plants are still healthy:

1. Not all plants react the same to rain
2. Amend with organic fertilizer if your soil is washed out
3. Consider containers or raised beds
4. Lighten up on the mulch
5. Inspect your plants for disease and damage after the storm passes


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