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I had my first SFG last summer. When the season ended, I sadly just kind of let all the dead plants stay there until I pulled them all out last weekend. To start this year, do I dump out all the mix from last year and start over with a new batch of Mel's Mix, or do I maybe just add some more Mel's Mix and blend it all together? Thanks for the help, and happy growing!
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One of the great things is that the mix is designed to be reused. Just mix some new compost in there to replace the nutrients used before.
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