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ROTATING AND RE-SOWING

Stephen Graham from Alloa, Clackmannanshire

Stephen has three raised beds and rotates his crops in these. He doesn’t change the soil but does give them extra fertiliser before growing. Stephen said: “In one raised bed I would always

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