Planting By The Moon Phases?

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Many farmers follow moon phases when planting crops or other plants. The best time to plant root vegetables, berries, bulbs, or perennials is when there is a full moon. The moon phases are used to determine the moisture levels in the soil. It has also been shown that certain types of plants will grow when the moon is in a certain constellation. Since it is known that there is a full moon on May 26, 2013, plants such as lettuce, spinach and Brussels sprouts.
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