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hugelpots

 
Jeanine Gurley Jacildone
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Today, May 4, 2014 has been one month since I started the hugelpot experiment. They have not been given any supplemental watering. While our state has had a decent amount of rain, my particular area has not had an overabundance of it. So far the pots are doing well:
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hugelpot 1
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hugelpot 2
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hugelpot 3
 
M Johnson
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What was the wood portion and how deep did you full it
 
Matu Collins
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Location: Southern New England, seaside, avg yearly rainfall 41.91 in, zone 6b
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I planted a hugel pot yesterday. I soaked a chunk of punky wood and stuck it at the bottom of as pretty big pot. This is the chunk soaking.
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