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The Art of Season Extending at High Altitude
It is possible for all growers to drastically extend
their growing season and improve yield with season extending techniques.
Floating fabric rowcovers provide cooling
and shading, are perforated so water can come through, aid
in pest management by letting plants get established before
bug infestation begins, and extend the growing season well
past the frost season. This high quality spun-bonded polypropylene
cover fabric is light enough to be hooped over a frame of
8, 9, or 10 gage wire. High altitude soil usually needs organic material.
Add manure, rotted hay, compost, etc. If you are starting a new
garden, in the Fall, put several layers of cardboard on top of the
area you want to cultivate. Cover with 2-4" of organic material.
By Spring, when the ground is thawed, the local plants will have
died and provided organic material, the worms will have eaten the
cardboard (they love it), and the top organic material will have
become soil. Pull the upper layer of organic material off the soil
and turn the soil with a spade (so you wont injure the worms).
Sift the organic material through a ¼-1/2" screen and
cover the soil with about 2" of the organic mulch. This provides
the soil with
Sow several varieties of greens
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