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    Quote Originally Posted by Gardnr View Post
    Not specifically, but I think I have seen their operation somewhere. One thing I have learned from comparing both is that raised beds are superior in many ways to open urban gardens. I even grow tomatoes on a trellis from a raised bed, although sprawling things like winter squash need more space. I got my start using Mel's square foot garden book and use Mel's magic mix for soil. It looks like the folks in your article are onto something similar, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogar View Post
    Not specifically, but I think I have seen their operation somewhere. One thing I have learned from comparing both is that raised beds are superior in many ways to open urban gardens. I even grow tomatoes on a trellis from a raised bed, although sprawling things like winter squash need more space. I got my start using Mel's square foot garden book and use Mel's magic mix for soil. It looks like the folks in your article are onto something similar, too.
    Vine squash and cucumbers do GREAT on a trellis. We built "life long" trellis. We bought a 4x8 piece of the concrete underlayment grate (I have no idea what it's called). We bought rebar. Weave the rebar on the grate leavinag about 18 inches to drive in the ground.

    I have 2 of these for cherry tomatoes (6 plants on it) and I have 2 of these for cucumbers-I can get 16 plants on it. I had butternut squash on my backyard wire fencing. I've done butternut on some cedar trellis.

    Vertical gardening is AWESOME!

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