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Eric Markov
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It's been dry here, so had a chance to redo/improve some in-ground hugel holes.

Full description at:
http://lowcostvegetablegarden.blogspot.com/2013/02/hugel-hole-preperation.html


 
Marianne Cicala
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This seems like it may be an interest approach for small urban gardens that cannot house a traditional hugel or even adapted for container growing. Worth exploring.
 
Bryant RedHawk
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Nice work Eric! Great way to put growing mound technology into a small space. If you have leaves or other compostables don't be afraid to toss them into your holes too.
 
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