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how I plan to grow this years mulch

 
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I finally took out much of our lawn in our front yard and will be growing spelt in its place to kill off any remaining grasses, then I will harvest in late spring separating the grain from the straw and Bam!! instant mulch plus fertilizer. this will also be a demonstration garden for anyone to see since a school is just down the street and we get a lot of foot traffic around 2:30.
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looking good, great way to introduce the youth to growing things too.
 
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