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Old March 14, 2019   #5
greenthumbomaha
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Lay of the land dictates E-W in my garden, but the food bank garden maintained my master gardeners changed the orientation of their crops N-S . Theoretically sunlight is evenly distributed N-S.


For peppers I zig-zag stagger in rows of three, but a matrix of four might work too. I plant two tomato plants per "row" , with the same spacing as above. My land is sloped. Interested to hear about terracing.



- Lisa
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