Preparing to layout the garden #02 Heirloom Organic Vegetable Garden

Well after 4 1/2 days of solid digging and getting the neighbour’s tractor back with the rotor tiller to till the huge chunks of dirt we are finally ready to…

12 Responses to “Preparing to layout the garden #02 Heirloom Organic Vegetable Garden”

  1. Wow! awsome…But this is why God created raised bed gardening. Where is
    this garden located? Upstate New York? My hat is off to you for all of
    the work you put into the garden…Looks like you are going to have a
    winner.

  2. How did you get the soil like that ?

  3. Thanks, how much pound of produce would you say you harvested last year?

  4. 50 Ducks In A Hot Tub Reply January 11, 2014 at 6:45 pm

    @dirint Thanks, Yes Mushroom compost 277 bags of it, it was left over from
    a business that closed 5 or 6 years ago, 8-9 yards of fine hydro grade
    sand, 6 bags (20kg) lime, 12 large bails of Peat Moss and a lot of sweat
    and blisters, 42 hours of hand digging, and 3 times with a tractor with a
    rottotiller and bang you have it. Oh the Rocks where a bonus, the pile
    looks pretty good in the yard!

  5. I wondered if you left some room for paths to work the middle as well.

  6. @moviematcanada Wow. Thats amazing work man! The soil will be fit for
    growing the rest of your life! xD

  7. Wow. this is amazing! Could you tell us what you put into the soil again?
    did you say mushroom compost and sand and lime? Where did you get the
    mushroom compost? :)

  8. What’s the size of your garden?

  9. The rock will take care of the pond

  10. 50 Ducks In A Hot Tub Reply January 11, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    40 feet by 80 feet

  11. 50 Ducks In A Hot Tub Reply January 11, 2014 at 9:04 pm

    We got over 1,100lbs in 2012