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Old June 20, 2017   #1
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Join Date: May 2007
Location: Farmington, Nm
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Default From scratch

Excited about my new beds 4' wide by 18" deep section is riverbottom top soil.
It is tapered back a little further into the hill, I will grow some perennials here and there outside the "deep " zone.
I plan on a summer cover crop of cowpeas, sunflowers and assorted random annual flowers and brassicas. This should start adding organic matter. Through the summer and leave a nice mulch when I mow it down and let winter weathering do the rest.

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