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Discussion in 'Early Years' started by prettylitttlemonkey, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. I was thinking of using a big bin and putting holes in the bottom for this year.. ? wpuld that work the same?
  2. InkyP

    InkyP Star commenter

    Yes that would work. Do the same thing, layering it up with compost though until you get to the top of the bin.
    There is another thread on here about planting in the nursery garden and someone recommends using half compost half torn up newspaper for potatoes. I haven't tried this but it would be more economical.

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