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Sunday, March 17, 2019 Suburban Gardener Western Washington

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My main garden area. Going to have Greg the Tractor Guy dig a pumpkin pit and scrape off the lawn, forward of the fence, tomorrow.

I'm seriously considering letting most of my main garden go fallow this year and work on the soil in there instead. My garden soil, so far, has been very basic (steer and chicken manure), but good enough to grow nice small and medium pumpkins, potatoes, onions, peas, tomatoes, lettuce, etc. I want to focus on my large pumpkins this season, and work on my large pumpkin growing techniques.

I'm liking the idea of worm farming, both for the garden and the pumpkins. Even though I have some wood boxes and some misc. boards on hand, I am now thinking that a plastic tub with a lid from Lowe's would much easier to deal with.

Looks like I'm missing out on much fun, learning, and networking at the Convention! Have some fun for me! /waves at everyone!

Happy St. Patrick's Day!
 



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