Clovere root with Rhizobium

In this photo of lovere root, Rhizobium is identified by the arrows.

Maybe you found yourself in the same predicament I landed in when I moved to Adams County. It often happens when someone moves to a new development or a piece of property that once was part of a tired farm.

You’ve got land, a clean canvas on which to landscape and build gardens, but the soil is nutrient poor and nearly devoid of life. So, what happens now? We start at the bottom — we build healthy soil!

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