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Before you start your early planting be cautious of frost

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Spring is officially here and everything is budding outside. If you're thinking about getting out into your garden it's good to be cautious about early planting, freeze and frost can remain a threat for a number of weeks.

Plus, it's March and that means it's "Mulch Madness!" Here are the dos and don'ts of spring mulching.

We'll talk about what you can do outside to prepare your lawn and garden for the season with our panel of gardening experts. Joining Cincinnati Edition are Ohio State Extension Agent for Hamilton County Joe Boggs; Brick Gardens Founder Domonique Peebles; and Farm Manager with 80 Acres Farms Joshua Jones.

Coming up on April 8th is the Organic Association of Kentucky Annual Farming Conference. The event will explore cooperatives in local food systems, planting for pollinators, organic production methods, urban farming, and growing for restaurants.

Listen to Cincinnati Edition live at noon M-F. Audio for this segment will be uploaded after 4 p.m. ET.

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