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Hello,

Just wondering if anyone has grown wild rice?

I have a clean mountain stream that runs right through one of my garden areas and I am wanting to try growing wild rice.

I know I will have to create a still-ish paddle deep space to plant. However how do I best replicate their natural lake bottom?

thank you!
 
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I saw a discussion here:

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/bog/msg0317051120253.html
 
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