Last updated on October 23rd, 2023 at 08:21 pm
How Do I Start a Small Vegetable Garden in Texas?. Part of the series: From Garden to Table. Starting a small vegetable garden is a great activity to undergo in the fall. Start a small vegetable garden in the fall with help from a social entrepreneur in this free video clip.
I use coconut coir for moisture retention and peat moss to adjust my pH, like I’d use lime (to go the other way on the pH scale). I add rock dust from as many different sources as i can get and mushroom compost for vegetables. I also line my beds with cardboard instead of paper. Different way of doing things.
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