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Wider rows and less veggies from that. Have my landscape fabric I have been using a few years, I'll use the width of those and throw straw on top with some rocks and logs here and there for wind.

In May our youngest will be 9 months old and I don't know how much time we will have to take care of it. So less weeding because of the fabric should help the veggies do better.

Probably gonna just stick to my best producers, potatoes, corn, beans, tomatoes, squash. I ussually do half my garden with those and half with stuff I don't eat much of or just want to try like pumpkins, watermelons, carrots, cabbage, and a few others. Still gonna plant those things if I have room but not gonna be mad if we don't get a chance this year, can do it next year.

Hopefully have better corn next year. But we had enough for fresh corn on the cob for several meals and froze a bit.

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One of our better harvest days last year.

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Hopefully get a good garden again this year, getting ready for it in my head.
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