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tippben
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 1:15 pm    Post subject: Broad beans and garlic. Reply with quote

I'm soon going to sow some "Sutton" dwarf broad beans, block planted in a raised bed. I'll do half the packet now, then another sowing in March. Is 6" equidistant spacing ok, or should I leave a bigger spacing?

I'm also doing my garlic: 150 plants is a year's supply for us. I usually again do a 6" spacing. Does anybody grow it differently, and why?
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