jeanraubar@peoplepc.com
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INSTANT GARDENS Permaculture/Bill Mollison style,A Variation

I have built many of them over the years and I have been composting(but elsewhere) as well....Then getting ready to build a new one this year, I got to thinking....Why should I haul all the pea vines and weeds and spent vegetable plants and etc. ELSEWHERE to the compost pile? So I have been chopping them up and just laying them on the new bed area.....Next I will add some nitrogenous material and then the soaked
newspapers and then the mulch....I'm pretty sure that it is going to work just great and save a bunch of hauling material around.
I am a very multiple plant gardener and almost, (at this point) a farmer.

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we had a discussion about that going on here:

https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=222703#222703
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