For centuries farmers have heeded a practice called "turning over the soil" when it comes time to plant a new crop. The process of turning over the soil does a number of different things that are important for the health of the new crop that will be planted. Turning over the soil breaks up the old soil and allows air to infiltrate the soil. The new seeds will do much better in soil that is not hardened and crusty. Turning over the soil also taps into the minerals and nutrient
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