1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    I began to notice that the soil was strongly blown out by the winds, and recently I finally became convinced of this. After digging potatoes, I leave the tops in the garden until spring, then burn them.
    One day, without warning, a neighbor picked tops from half of my garden.
    I noticed and said: “Don’t collect anymore, I deliberately scatter.” So, where the neighbor collected the tops, only stones lay on the surface of the earth.
    The soil is all gone!

    Where the tops lay, there were no stones to be seen - the earth was not very swollen.
    And I also hold the soil in such a way: in the fall I spill the soil from the hose under the potatoes - in the spring it is not too wet, but not dry either. And it doesn't blow out much.


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