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Re: schoolgarden advice/asphalt


Home sick today, a relative brought a  child with a blooming cold to our 
passover seder.  A spring cold...achoo! 

Asphalt is not my favorite(  I hate the stuff, prefer to pickaxe it and cart 
it out as inappropriate to a garden, concerns about chemical composition, 
etc.), but  it can be worked around, if absolutely necessary should there be 
a dearth of male  upperbody strength and beer.

 Judy, I'm thinking raised beds and good drainage, with a dug out gravel 
gutter on all of the sides of the beds - or a kind of container garden. 

Painting asphalt is OK for basketball courts, but I think will do nothing to 
cool your space.

Best wishes,
Adam Honigman

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