Morning North | May 3, 2013 | 6:44

Tips for the growing season

In some parts of Northern Ontario, spring seems to have sprung and gardeners are getting busy. We have some tips for the growing season from Sudbury area farmer Stewart McColl who operates McGrows Farms and Gardens.

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