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Apr 12, 2011 5:53 PM CST
Name: Cheryl
Eastern Ky
Truth should be everpresent.
You have done an amazing job in a small space. I have had to downsize to SFG for several reasons. Even though I live in the country I don't have much flat ground in my mountain yard. The ground is also very rocky so i can't do any inground gardening. I have 2 3'x5' SFG beds. I also just built a strawberry row that is app. 1'x9'. I have a few containers and I plant my taters in empty feed bags. I am going to try a short row of corn in the ground this year but don't look for much success. The soil here is clay and turns hard as the bedrock in summer. I have goats on my hillside. 2 does that will kid the end of summer so I will have milk, cheese and butter. I also have chickens for eggs and meat.
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