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Planting in Clusters or Hills

Photo: Cucumbers are transplanted three per hill. Will Bonsall photo

Photo: Cucumbers are transplanted three per hill. Will Bonsall photo

October 6, 2016

Is your 2016 garden fading? Cover crops growing? Are you thinking about next year’s garden yet? If so, you might want to think about planting some crops in clusters or hills rather than spaced evenly in rows, as Will Bonsall describes in his article "Cluster or Hill Planting" in the fall issue of The Maine Organic Farmer & Gardener. His method simplifies and speeds planting and weed control.

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