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Chapter 20 / Exercise 10
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Backyard Vegetable GardensTIPS FOR STARTING YOUR FIRST GARDENFind the Graded Summary Report on the last slide.Step 13: The presentation should be formatted using the Office theme.Find the Graded Summary Report on the last slide.Step 13: The presentation should be formatted using the Office theme.
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Chapter 20 / Exercise 10
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Why plant a vegetable garden?Save moneyGrow healthy foodEnjoy a rewarding activityStart a community trendIncrease biodiversity to strengthen plantsTransform unused space into productive land
What should you plant?Start smallChoose vegetables you like
Where should the garden go?
Row cropsPlant in rowsLeave room for walking pathsAbout 18 inches is idealMulch the paths to discourage weedsPlace tall plants at the northside
Intensive cropsDivide the plot into small beds1-foot squareUp to 16 plants in each squareMix vegetables with herbs and flowersStep 7: On Slide 6, the text ''Divide plot into small beds'' was not found.Step 7: On Slide 6, the text ''Divide plot into small beds'' was not found.
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