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lasagna gardening

I used this method on 2 small round beds, very pleased with the results. 

I started the beds at the end of August and planted bulbs in them towards
the end of Oct.  It was a very hot September as I recall.
It must have drawn lots of worms and grubs near the top of the bed.  The
crows turned it into a banquet.  They torn the newspaper into hundreds of
pieces to get to them.
The next time I used cardboard boxes and the crows left that alone.

Linda Wallpe

<< Date: Wed,  1 Jan 2003 16:35:56 -0600
From: "Pamela J. Evans" <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
Subject: Re: [CHAT] RE: sod< leaves now lasagna bed
Depends on the weather and amount of mositure in the bed.  Mine breaks
down in a couple months.  And all that newspaper draws the earthworms
like crazy!
They love it and I love them in my flower/veggie beds.>>
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