How to: Save cash on your garden this summer
from The Weather Channel
Near the end of a particularly frustrating garden season a few years ago, author William Alexander wondered how much it had cost him to grow the beautiful tomato he had just plucked from his backyard in New York State. He added up all the expenses from the summer—seeds, compost, garden tools and an electric fence that did little to slow down the resident groundhog from feasting on his veggies. The end result: Alexander was shocked to realize it cost him a whopping $64 to grow that tomato.
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