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mjkjrobinson

I do this too! I found some discarded vegg. growing in the wheelbarrel and are they ever doing well! And a huge potatoe plant in the compost.


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ProHoods

Great list. Fresh summer squash is delicious!

   
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rwbyrd

Good article

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