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Hello everyone. I haven't gardened for many years, but I have made the decision to give it another try. I used the SFG method back in the 70's and had good success with it then. It wasn't a big garden, about two 4 x 4's if I recall, but we had good yield from those two boxes. I recently bought Mel's updated book and have already read it from cover to cover. Lot's of new ideas and improvements on the original method. Can't wait to get started.
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Welcome, you have come to a wonderful place for help and support. For a quick reference you can find nearly any topic of interest by using the white search box in the upper left side of this page. Again welcome and best wishes!
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@Bobalu wrote:Hello everyone. I haven't gardened for many years, but I have made the decision to give it another try. I used the SFG method back in the 70's and had good success with it then. It wasn't a big garden, about two 4 x 4's if I recall, but we had good yield from those two boxes. I recently bought Mel's updated book and have already read it from cover to cover. Lot's of new ideas and improvements on the original method. Can't wait to get started.
Welcome to the board, I am also in Georgia and it is good to have you.
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Welcome, I am also in Georgia. I used to audit a bank in Social Circle. I don't remember the name of the bank but I think there was only one local bank so not hard to figure out. Always went to eat at a killer barbeque place there.
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