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November 20, 2011


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Serena Kennedy

A word of caution....If you are shovelling someone else's walks (or your own) after ice melt was previously applied, be careful about scraping the hard pack snow/ice onto the garden. This will increase the salinity of the soil that will become almost sterile for spring planting. Had this particular experience myself...

Calgary Garden Coach

Good point, Serena, thanks! I forgot to mention that because I don't use that stuff for that very reason.

Calgary Photo Studio

Thanks for the great tips. I just had my first garden this year and we are getting ready for winter so this will come in handy.


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