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What is the area of your annual vegetable garden in sq. ft?

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Re: What is the area of your annual vegetable garden in sq. ft?

Postby Durgan » Sep 19, 2008 5:12 am

orchidguy wrote:My veggie garden is 45' x 33' =1485 sq ft. The beds are raised to 2' high and I use the square foot gardening method with them. The fenced in area is 39' x27' and the outside 3'wide border is planted with currents, gooseberries, hawberries, Josta's, honeyberries ,blackberries, raspberries, rhubarb and the front lined with laramie strawberries. These are raised on 1' high.



How about a bunch of pictures of your garden area. Most interesting.
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Re: What is the area of your annual vegetable garden in sq. ft?

Postby Sanza » Sep 26, 2008 1:35 pm

My vegetable garden is about 2500 sq ft. I try to keep my rows close together so that I can just get my mini rototiller in between the rows but I find I still run out of room to plant all the things I want to. I do have an asparagus patch and 3 rows of everbearing strawberries in there so that cuts out about 6 ft.
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Re: What is the area of your annual vegetable garden in sq. ft?

Postby beeman » Sep 27, 2008 4:59 pm

My vegetable plot is 44x24 that's a total of 1056 square feet. Soon to be turned over to grass, unless I find a cure for Fusarium and Verticllium wilt.
Hopefully 'Actinovate' might be the answer, if I can get it into Canada!
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Re: What is the area of your annual vegetable garden in sq. ft?

Postby Pansy » Sep 28, 2008 10:45 pm

I have 2 grow boxes totaling 64 sq. ft.I grow toms,swiss chard,carrots,onions,turnip,herbs,garlic,&peppers.

Not a lot of room but,it's very productive.
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