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Mudbound

To say we’ve had a lot of rain would be a gross understatement. One downpour can leave our heavy soil wet for days afterwards, and this month has delivered a solid succession of them. Indeed, we’ve had standing water in some fields for the first time ever. I don’t believe our young transplants enjoy standing in wet soil any more than I enjoy working in wet boots, so we’ve been on constant alert for breaks in the weather—a 48-hour span with no rain—when we can swoop in with hoes and agitate the top few inches of soil. Yes, we’re looking to knock back the weeds that are steadily gaining ground, but our primary goal is to aerate the soil and prevent disease from setting in. Our current motto ha

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