You can grow summer vegetables during a drought. As long as the soil retains some moisture, plants feel happy – and keep producing.
You can grow summer vegetables during a drought. As long as the soil retains some moisture, plants feel happy – and keep producing. Bigstock
You can grow summer vegetables during a drought. As long as the soil retains some moisture, plants feel happy – and keep producing. Bigstock

Garden Checklist: Key to success in drought? Be consistent

July 31, 2015 7:00 AM

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