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How To Prepare Your Garden For A Hurricane

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The Organic View

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After Hurricane Katrina pummeled Louisiana, people are now taking every precaution when it comes to making sure they are safe and have enough food but what about your landscape? There is a tremendous amount of rainwater runoff that can devastate lawns, plants, trees and shrubs. Are there steps a homeowner can take to utilize this water or divert it from covering your yard? What can you really do when it comes to hundred mile an hour winds that can easily tear apart delicate foliage? Is there anything that can be done to protect valuable trees, shrubs and other plants from the damage inflicted from debris? Can you salvage vegetables and fruit that are close to being ripe?After the storm, how do you create a plan to restore the damage and begin anew? In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Horticultural expert, John Peter Thompson, who is President of the National Agricultural Research Alliance ( ). John Peter will talk about how to you can prepare for severe inclement weather . Stay tuned!