Microclimates: something gardeners can do about the weather
By Editor - Tue Sep 15, 4:50 pm
The weather has gotten weirder and more unpredictable, but there is a small way that gardeners can take more control: finding and exploiting microclimates. Microclimates are pockets of air and soil that are colder or warmer, or more or less humid, than the general climate due to the influence of slopes, walls and pavement. Every parcel of land, from a 40-acre farm field to a quarter-acre lot, will have some microclimates.
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