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High Permanent Agriculturists, Sustainable as We may want/portray to be, aint it darn near impossible, or at the very least, implausible to be actually sustainable within the backa$$ward infrastructure/matrix we're provided to work within? I just started writing and ended up writhing. All i want is for us to share our garden start set ups so we may compare notes, so we all may improve thru this sharing. We're fairly garden ready but our gardens aren't. Clear days and clear nights and giving us sub-zero nights (in Celsius. This is from Canada). So most of what you're seeing on our compost pit (we have a compost pit along the centre line length of our greenhouse to add heat for extended growing play as we're in the Canadian Rockies) are kales, lettuces and such hardier plants. The rest in the sun/grow room in the house are the tender season basils, tomatoes and such. We are looking to revise and improve upon our methods so to minimize their madness or mad mess. Thanks for inputs, OgreNick
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