All this rain has left our northern Colorado planting beds a muddy mess. Soil saturation is typically not something we have to worry about too much in such an arid climate. But this spring has been atypical, to say the least.
Your first instinct is probably to grab a shovel to dig out this over-saturated soil. But turning the soil will likely compact it more than it already is. This will prohibit roots from spreading properly and create extra run-off.