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Started by Vicky Myers. Last reply by Vicky Myers Dec 27, 2016.
Started by Jennifer Simpson z5OH. Last reply by Don Reeves z7, TN Jul 11, 2015.
Started by Jeff Mais. Last reply by Jeff Mais Apr 4, 2015.
Jeri it sounds like you may do well to build some above ground garden boxes.
By bountiful gardens do you mean a company, or simply how to grow bountiful gardens? If you would like to know about a company I have heard nothing about them. If you are asking about how to get your garden growing better, I still recommend the garden boxes. I have problems with clay up here in spartanburg SC and that has made all the difference.
Any hints about bountiful gardens in North Georgia would be much appreciated. Have been challenged by the clay, heat and bugs. I've been amending the soil for five years now and it's barely breaking down.
I have "mozzie" eating fish in my pond. We give them away all the time. I think they are actually called Mosquito Fish Latin name: Gambusia affinis. We noticed dozens of new baby koi, gold fish and gambusia in the pond yesterday during our teaser of sunshine. We also have to be careful not to become a breeding ground for mosquitos. Raining again today. I think I will become Mother Nature so I can turn the faucet off.
Miko ... why don't you post a picture of your sheds and barrel and buckets setup?
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