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A visit from a dog, cat or other pet can make a bad day disappear. That’s especially true if you are a resident in a nursing home or a patient in a hospital. The experience of visiting with a therapy pet can soothe frazzled nerves, revive dormant memories and bring smiles and laughter in places where those things are often in short supply.
Organic matter is key to helping your soil survive the drought and thrive in seasons to come, says expert.
Mary Mallory Rogers has plenty of butternut squash growing on her lawn in Carmichael, thanks to a volunteer plant. She has so many, she posted a sign for neighbors to help themselves.
Worm castings, rich in nitrogen and good microbes, are an additive that can make your soil better.
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