Build a chicken run, lawn care guide, farm sandwich

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Daily Newsletter for Friday, May 29, 2020

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Friday's a day as'll have his trick,
The fairest or foulest day o' the wik

–Proverb

 
The Old Farmer's Almanac Garden Planner
 
How to Build a Chicken Run
Building a Chicken Run

How to Build a Chicken Run
Chickens need a safe place to spend their days. Although most predators hunt by night, there are daytime threats to a backyard flock, including dogs, foxes, hawks, and eagles. Building a chicken run is a good way to keep your chickens secure and happy.

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Lawn Care Tips: Fertilizing, Seeding, Weeding, Mowing
The Lawn Care Guide

Lawn Care Tips: Fertilizing, Seeding, Weeding, Mowing
Do you have a healthy lawn? Here are over 10 secrets to lawn care for a more stress-tolerant, vigorous turf. For example, mowing too short actually reduces the vigor of the plants by reducing their ability to manufacture food. The more you let nature do the work for you, the easier it will be to...

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2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Online Edition

Detailed weather forecasts for the entire U.S., gardening and growing, food and recipes, astronomy, tides, home remedies, trends, handy tips, history, plus lots of humor—what’s not to like?

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2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Online Edition
 
Corn
Growing Sweet Corn

Corn
Sweet corn is an annual crop with yellow, white, or bi-colored ears. A long, frost-free growing season is necessary. Here’s how to plant, grow, and harvest corn in your garden.

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Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook eBook

All You Need to Know to Grow! After inspiring and instructing gardeners for 227 years, we have created a single “how to garden” reference eBook for your computer or tablet that includes all of our expertise.

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Vertical Gardening: Vertical Garden Ideas, Plants, and More
Grow Up to New Heights!

Vertical Gardening: Vertical Garden Ideas, Plants, and More
Vertical gardening—also called intensive gardening—is not a new idea, but it has gained momentum in recent years with a lengthening list of ideas for how to grow up. The approach makes good sense, especially for gardeners with limited space or when outdoor gardening is too much to handle.

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Garden Guide Online Edition
Enjoy instant access—from your tablet or computer! The Garden Guide’s large, full-color pages are loaded with “Purple Power” colorful choices for better health as well as general information, landscaping basics, the magic of mushrooms and easy DIY planting projects.
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