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I am new at this but I have read the"hugelkultur" with great interest. my grampa moved from a ranch to town and kept his own garden on the land behind their home. I would love to be able to do this, and so I am trying to read and understand all I can. I want to win one of these books!! Thanks for putting up with me.............
 
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A hugelkulture bed will be a great experiement for you..you'll probably find that it works well for you ..i have here at my property..and it is a great way to use up otherwise wasted wood products.
 
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Thanks for the encouragement!!!
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