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Hello I am here in search of new better ways to grow my garden. My previous attempts have been mediocre at best. I would love to be able to plant 6 tomato plants or pepper plants and have a harvest all summer!!!! So I am here to learn.
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Snyider, if you haven't gotten it yet, buy the SQF book. It is a blue print on how to do this, an easy read and the best $20 I've spent in a long time. I have been gardening basically my entire life but haven't planted veggies in years because of post tramatic stress from long row gardening with my dad as a child. I break ground this weekend and can't wait.
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