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I looked and didn't find the topic. If I missed it please let me know. I'd love to learn more about it, what to do, what to avoid how much or little should be done.

How about all those left over tomatoes?
Moving them to the compost pile seemed too much like work so I left many where they where and covered it with leaves. Will my soil be too acidic next year?

-Vaughn
 
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