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Ask a Master Gardener: No-till raised beds

NO-TILL GARDENING in raised beds, a practice in which the soil structure is never tilled or turned over, is a low-maintenance approach that will help build healthy, fertile soils for healthy plants and good yields. Photo / Bonnie Kirn Donahue

Raised beds are a great way to minimize effort and maximize enjoyment of vegetable and flower gardens. 

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