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Hay bale garden

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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    Wow that's cool. I'm just trying to keep one tomatoe plant alive long enough to harvest tomatoes this year. If I succeed I will be more ambitious next year.
    3612 days ago
  • SPEEDY143
    Wow... what a great idea!!! Never saw anything like that emoticon that would be a great way to keep our tortoises from eating our veggies emoticon emoticon We put raised beds in and they can still get to it emoticon
    3614 days ago
    Last year I used hay in between my rows to help reduce weeding then tilled it all in to the soil to add more nutrients.
    3614 days ago
    I was JUST considering doing this in my garden (poor soil that I haven't had time to work with). Was planning to start pulling old (and probably wet) hay bales out of the barn this evening to put into place. What do you have planted? What decent soil i have already has (or will have) the peppers, tomatoes, peas, cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower -- so I'm looking at beans, cucumbers and squash for the hay bales. ANY advice you can give would be gratefully appreciated!!
    3614 days ago
    Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

    Jo Ann
    3614 days ago
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    This is a neat concept, I had never heard of this before, we need to talk, lol
    It is lovely. Thank you for sharing.
    3614 days ago
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    Yes,I have heard and read about this successful ways of gardening,thank you for sharing this concept and showing a photo of this.Very cool! Happy successful gardening. emoticon Diana
    3614 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/18/2011 11:16:52 AM
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