What to Do in Winter

Six top crops for winter harvests, plus how to build better soil and get ready for spring.



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Even in winter your garden can be growing and producing cold-hardy crops. Thick mulch will build soil and protect beneficial organisms necessary for next spring’s plantings. The mulched soil itself is a perfect storage place for your fall-grown root vegetables. 
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Store carrots, turnips, beets and potatoes directly in the garden in rodent-proof, ventilated containers, covered with straw or leaves stuffed into plastic garbage bags.
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