Do you have good soil?, dry hair and skin, bigger harvests

This is an archived issue of our Almanac.com Companion email newsletter.

Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, January 29, 2019

crow snow

The way a crow
Shook down on me
The dust of snow
From a hemlock tree
Has given my heart
A change of mood
And saved some part
Of a day I had rued
.

–Robert Frost (1874–1963)

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
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Do You Have Good Soil?

Preparing Soil for Planting
Soil preparation is EVERYTHING when it comes to growing plants. You can improve your soil at any time of year, but the end of the growing season is an especially good time. Here are tips on how to identify your soil type and how to enrich your soil before you plant in the spring.
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Tricks for a Bigger Harvests

10 Tips to Maximize the Yield of Your Garden Harvest
This year, let’s harvest even more from our vegetable gardens! But just what are the most effective ways to increase productivity? In this short video, we share ten deceptively simple techniques proven to boost both the productivity and the overall health of your garden.
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Groundhog Day and the Equinox

Groundhog Day 2020
Groundhog Day comes from our agricultural past and marks the halfway point to the spring equinox. Here are the facts and folklore about Groundhog Day. It’s so much more than a wacky weather prediction from a plump marmot!
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Slow Cooker Peach Pork Ribs

Slow Cooker Sweet Tea Peach Pork Ribs

This delicious slow cooker recipe for Sweet Tea Peach Pork Ribs is so easy you’ll make it over and over again! The pork ribs get more tender the longer they cook.

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Tick Removal Tool

The best tick remover is the one that is easy to carry and always with you! This safe tick removal tool attaches to key chains, leashes, and backpacks. Made in the USA from high-strength aluminum that won’t break or bend. Sold as 3-pack for spares and sharing.

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Dry Hair and Itchy Skin

Dry Hair and Skin? Remedies and Recipes
Do you have dry hair, hands, or skin? If there’s one thing that we love, it’s making our own natural remedies and treatments. Check out these fantastic recipes that will restore and liven up your hair, face, and skin—and not break the bank.
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