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      I should have clairified that you do one 4X4 box for each adult you

      are feeding. Even with 4-6 boxes it is still less space than

      a “normal” garden, and so much easier once you get the hang of it. I

      actually have several of them scattered through my yard. I only have

      to spend maybe 10 minutes once a week weeding, and it’s so easy

      because the soil is soft and isn’t packed down.

      — In, Ann Garner wrote:


      > At 09:18 PM 7/21/2008, you wrote:

      > >I actually use less time than this with my method. I use

      the “Square

      > >Foot Gardening” method. This method uses essentially raised flower

      > >beds which eliminates tilling and makes weeding a snap. It also

      uses a

      > >more efficient method of planting in square sections as opposed to


      > >rows. It shows how a 4′ square plot will grow enough vegetables


      > >one person for a season. I picked it up from the library and

      loved it

      > >so much that I bought it for the tips. I loan it out to friends


      > >I just love it, and I’ve been using it for about 3 years now. I

      end up

      > >with LOTS of vegetables stored in my frezer by summer’s end.

      > There is the difference. We were not growing for only one

      > person. Plus, most people on this list would not be growing for


      > one person. Now if I was just doing tomatoes and peppers in


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