Slide 7: Food for Thought

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Don't forget that even your food needs food. Consider a commercial fertilizer or a meal of your own nutrient-rich compost—although you'll have to make sure your compost is rotted and ready to use. Start feeding plants when they first sprout, but don't treat them to an all-you-can eat buffet or they'll end up with "indigestion." Because growth tends to slow down in the winter, you should slow down feedings during the cold season too.


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