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Post  Rick Seeger on 4/21/2013, 8:36 am

Looking forward to getting started, just picked up some essential items to build boxes and get my Mel's mix in them. Right now planning a 2'X8' bed of asparagus (Mary Washington and Purple Passion 2 year old roots), a 1'X8' bed of rhubarb, and two 4'X4' beds for our daily veggies (radishes, zucchini, pole beans, tomatoes, corn, onions, cucumbers, cilantro, peppers, and what ever else we might want to try). Now we just need a little cooperation for Ms. Nature so we can get in the garden...... Looking forward to using the site!!

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Post  plantoid on 4/21/2013, 8:50 am

Hello Rick ,
Welcome to the site hope you get something out of our vrsion of squarefoot gardening.
If your looking for the book we use for giudance on all things ASFG the details are in my strap lines. If you don't have it I offer that it is well worth the money just for the charts at teh back of the book .
I look forward to seeing what your set up looks like and the crops you produce as things come on stream for harvesting .

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Post  llama momma on 4/21/2013, 8:54 am

Welcome to Square Foot Gardening. If you have the book you are well on your way and already know the whole secret is excellent compost to feed your plants. Once more, High Quality compost determines your success.

There are two All New Square Foot Gardening Books. The newest edition is the second edition printed early this year.

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Post  Rick Seeger on 4/21/2013, 10:10 am

Thanks for the replies, yes I do have the most recent copy of SFG and it is very informative! I look forward to sharing pictures of my beds and the success we hope to have with them!!

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