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Above ground garden restoring

Posted by cbausch Central nj (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 2, 13 at 12:56

Hey everyone first post on here!!! Excited for this year season !! I need some help i have a 12'x3' and 10 " high above ground garden . With last years season was pretty good im looking forward to this years crop :c) i need help here

In restoring my garden for this year what do i need some compost and lime and fertilizer? Now I'm pretty new but am a fast learner so how much compost do i want to mix in? Also first time using fertilizer for this season . Just not sure on how much to add I'm also probably going to buy the compost this year and make my own for the next .Thanks for your info

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RE: Above ground garden restoring

Will you be growing veggies? If so, the veggie forum might be a good place to ask also. Be careful about adding substances like lime that can alter the PH.

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