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The next time you get a haircut, take the trimmings off the floor and bring them home. Hair is rich in substances plants love, like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. It also retains water, which is especially helpful to your soil during droughts or in more arid climates. All you have to do is sprinkle the hair into the soil and rake it in. Your plants will love the nutrients as it biodegrades, and the aeration it provides helps build stronger roots. One word of caution: If the hair is color-treated or has chemicals on it, it's best to avoid using it in your garden.

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