Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 13:42:21 PM. Garden. By Bernardine Regine.
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Cover crops can also help break up your soil if it’s compacted or heavy. The put organic materials into the ground and help loosen it all up. Plus, cover crops often have roots that go really deep, so they'll probably do a better job of loosening the earth than you would with a rototiller. Long roots will also help the microbial organisms living deep down in the soil thrive.
Taking time out of the day to care for a houseplant gives our brain a much needed break from the constant stimuli of the electronic age. One research study demonstrated that tending to a pot of geraniums helped people recover from high-stress situations faster and more completely. If you find yourself chronically stressed, consider adding houseplants to your environment.
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