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Hello to you all. My name is Star and I live in Macon GA (Central GA). I have a small piece of land that I'd like to turn into a permaculture homestead. Any experience I'm able to gain would be very helpful. Ray I would really love to see, help and learn about how to turn a good harvest here in these parts. Whomever would like a helping and learning hand please reach out. Peace and blessings.
 
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Hey! I am a bit new to Permies but have 8 acres I am working on up North (Canton, Ga). I would love to meet some of ya'll.
 
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I live two hours from Canton. My amaranth is sprouting, and my radish seedlings are growing. Some of my transplanted tomatoes are surviving, but I didn't put them in larger containers beforehand like my partner. I also put some of them in a bad place because I was thinking of it as the south side instead of an area halfway given to tall vetch. A neighbor gave me some bigger tomato plants, and I put them where they'll get a lot more sun. Then again, without water, some shade may keep plants from dehydrating. Harvested lots of edible weeds this year. Not irrigating or tilling. Starting some more drought-tolerant plants indoors. This is my first year gardening. The soil is kind of loamy. The landlord plowed it last year, and other neighbors rode their lawnmowers over it last year. Here are some pictures: https://piconic.co/kete
 
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