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Old 01-26-2013, 12:37 PM   #13
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I did leave all of the leaves and deadfall in the garden beds and they are out there rotting away. I'll till those into the soil and that will make for some good fertilizer until my lawn kicks in and I can start tossing the clippings on everything. Lawn clippings make for the best mulch! Keeps the moisture in and as it rots, feeds from the top of soil down very gradually. Gonna go with my usual. Maters, peppers, I bought some Thai peppers at Albertsons and dried em up. Gonna try those too. My son will plant his carrots, radishes, onions and corn.
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