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SLUG coordinators Jessi Asmussen and Kevin Prather have been gardening in the back yard of their house for several years. When asked about their soil, they said, “Our soil is mainly clay-loam and we use a variety of amendments to help with soil-structure and fertility. By growing cover crops of vetch and wheat, as well as top-dressing with composted horse manure, homemade compost, fish emulsion fertilizer, spent coffee grounds and organic fertilizers, we have been able to slowly improve the soil.”


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