RE: Raised Beds
It might be a good idea for you to call up your state's agricultural
extension and find out their procedure for the collection of soil samples
for testing. If you go this route you'll get a good picture of your growing
areas and will be able to make informed choices about how you want to
balance nutrients, minerals, etc.
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> I live in the northwest corner of Arkansas and I want to build up some
> 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
> Purhaps a good cover crop.
> I also plan on building some beds using the "lasanga" method. If anyone
> used this method and has any insight I'd appreciate it.
> Of course organic is the only way.
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