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Old October 26, 2020   #8
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Originally Posted by biscuitridge View Post
I've viewed it, and am interested in how this would work with small scale home gardens. I'd like to know just exactly what is being that we can put it into practice.
Sure biscuitridge. (and any others viewing) I started the project several years ago at Tomatoville. You are more than welcome to go back to 2013 and see the development phase before I eventually expanded it. I am eternally indebted to this great forum. None of this would have happened without Tomatoville!

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Been working on it here in Oklahoma ever since, but my schedule is kind of crazy. That should get you guys who just joined Tomatoville up to speed though.

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