Jerry Haynes joins us to give us tips for fall gardening. The drought we are experiencing this year is making gardening very difficult, but there are things you can do to make your garden grow.
Of course, watering is the most essential, although it can prove to be costly. Fertilizing is also key. Jerry says that the easiest plants to grow in this heat and drought would be grasses.
If you are a gardener and need other tips, you can always feel free to contact the Grayson County Master Gardeners. Visit their website: www.graysoncountymastergardeners.net
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