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Post  acopley on 2/27/2013, 7:21 pm

Hello! *waves*

New to this forum and also to square foot gardening. My family has raised a garden using elevated beds for the past 3 years; before that, I had a small container garden. I got the book a few days ago and I'm slowly working my way through the information. I'm excited to try this! Smile
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Re: Newbie from Kentucky

Post  llama momma on 2/28/2013, 6:36 am

Welcome!
Do you have the 2006 edition or newer version of All New Square Foot Gardening? It includes 10 major improvements you don't want to miss. The most important concept is the chapter on making Mel's Mix. Get this part right and your plants will do great in a soft fluffy mix with nutritious soil and hardly a weed. Again welcome!

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Post  Kelejan on 2/28/2013, 9:51 am

@llama momma wrote:Welcome!
Do you have the 2006 edition or newer version of All New Square Foot Gardening? It includes 10 major improvements you don't want to miss. The most important concept is the chapter on making Mel's Mix. Get this part right and your plants will do great in a soft fluffy mix with nutritious soil and hardly a weed. Again welcome!

Hey, LLM, we should now be quoting only the latest edition of 2013 which supercedes all others. Very Happy
And glad you\'re here acopley happy hi
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Post  acopley on 3/2/2013, 12:31 pm

@llama momma wrote:Welcome!
Do you have the 2006 edition or newer version of All New Square Foot Gardening? It includes 10 major improvements you don't want to miss. The most important concept is the chapter on making Mel's Mix. Get this part right and your plants will do great in a soft fluffy mix with nutritious soil and hardly a weed. Again welcome!


I bought the newest version from Amazon. Thanks!
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Re: Newbie from Kentucky

Post  quiltbea on 3/2/2013, 12:35 pm

Welcome to the forum. This is the place to find answers to your questions and see pics of ongoing gardens, experiments, the good and the bad (mostly good tho) that happens with SFG. I think you'll enjoy it like we do.
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