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I have had my vegetable garden going non-stop for the past three years, and feel it would be good for the soil to
have a sleep. Is there anything I should do or add to the soil while it is hibernating over the winter?

Thanks & Regards
Linda

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Hi Linda, sounds like a very good idea, soil definitely gets stale after a period of time. You would be best to sow a winter crop like mustard seed, lupin seed or oats, these are nitrogen fixing plants and need to be dug into your soil just before flowering. We are also introducing “Rok Solid” a Biogro certified fertiliser that would be ideal to spread over the vege garden closer to spring. This fertiliser works on improving the soil quality. (Rok solid is due to go into stores over the next 2-3 months). Thanks, the Palmer team

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