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Saturday, 29 October 2016

Growing Cabbage and Tomatoes | Unconventional Practice.

There is a chance that more than 50% of persons who practice backyard gardening follow conventional gardening technique such as staking, mulching, watering etc.

However, at times we must try to grow crops in an unconventional manner for observation sake perhaps.

I decided to growing tomatoes and cabbages in a raised bed without following conventional gardening practice and knowledge. 

It was a positive outcome with an unusual amount of tomatoes production and invasion of garden spiders which acted as a form of natural pest control.

Be encouraged to practice backyard gardening and even unconventional backyard gardening now and again.. 

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