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  1. meatburner
    November 13th, 2013 01:36 PM
    Sounds like it is working out. Keep me posted with your progress. My garden is pretty much put to bed for the winter. Should have enough compost to add a thin layer on the beds come spring and plan on getting some seeds and seedlings in the ground. Good luck.
  2. comogardener
    November 12th, 2013 07:38 PM
    Hi again! Your garden sounds like it's ready to go for the springtime, 7 beds can feed a lot of hungry veggie eaters! I am glad to hear that the BTE method is working for you. My experience has been a positive one as well. A few months ago I had 15 yards of tree chips dropped off into my driveway and were spread along the fence in my backyard and around the gazebo, and my compost bin. My food scraps appeared to be swallowed up by the woodchips, I love that aspect of no smell in the compost bin. It's amazing how quickly the woodchips break down and keep moist no matter how much rain we have. I transplanted my herbs with some compost around the gazebo and no transplant shock, they are doing fine. My goal is to get a load of compost and another load of broken down mulch to prepare more room to plant in the spring. Can't wait!
  3. comogardener
    November 12th, 2013 10:27 AM
    Hi Meatburner,
    I have a new back to eden garden and wondering how yours is doing?
  4. Billy B
    January 19th, 2013 02:16 PM
    Billy B
    Keith, Well after several years our seed starter station AKA water bed mattress heater and water filled air matress bit the dust. We were unabel to locate a new air matress like what we needed this time of year and the only heater we could find is to large for our purpose. That said We ordered a heat mat for our seed starting this year. I hate buying things meant for the intended purpose. Are you getting ready to start seeds?
  5. Billy B
    January 2nd, 2013 04:15 PM
    Billy B
    Keith, are you on Facebook? If you are check out the group "Springfield Organic Gardeners" it may be of interest to you
  6. Billy B
    October 7th, 2012 09:04 AM
    Billy B
    We are also located in Springfield Mo. We canned our buts off yeaterday after pulling all the peppers, and green tomatoes. Hope everything you had out made it through the cold spell

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