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RE: bed size

Don, Great response.  Here on the rolling plains of Oklahoma, where they are
a many use "weed" tree, I use home sawed Red Cedar boards, if I use anything
at all.  I think the tires are a novel idea, and Steve's beds are impressive
in person.  To be sure, he has used lumber in the community garden he built.
Perhaps tire boards have a place in flower beds...but the bed layout is

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From: Dboek@aol.com [mailto:Dboek@aol.com]
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jherndon@regionalfoodbank.org; mdick@cocoafl.org
Subject: Re: [cg] bed size

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