Raised garden question
jwal10
Posted 4/30/2021 10:17 (#8980166 - in reply to #8980078)
Subject: RE: Raised garden question


I don't, they just sit on top of ground. I like 3' wide, easy to reach. 8' long keeps the bowing down, also easy to handle a hoop for the top to extend the seasons, early because it rains, later for fall frost. I also have doubled 12'ers, uses 2-6' hoops. Also Shade cloth when needed, keeps the moth from laying eggs on the cabbage. We grow enough to can all our vegetables and freeze strawberries. We also have a 20'x30' conventional garden for corn, beans and squash. I compost in 2 raised beds and with a hoop, start all our seedlings with the bottom heat. I have a small greenhouse but like the hoops better. The greenhouse grows fish, hydroponics, tender plants and mother flower plants for spring starts, that need extra heat from a wood stove to overwinter, tomatoes, peppers, strawberries and zucchini....James
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