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Raised Beds

I live in the northwest corner of Arkansas and I want to build up some beds
this fall for planting next spring. I started 2 beds this year, but I put
them in late and they seem to have a Iron deficiency...the leaves have
turned yellow, with the veins remaining green. 
Does anyone know what I can do to insure good iron and overall healthy soil.
Purhaps a good cover crop.
I also plan on building some beds using the "lasanga" method. If anyone has
used this method and has any insight I'd appreciate it.
Of course organic is the only way.


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