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    Default tweeked new allotment plan

    this spring will be the 1st effort on the allotment, after manuring the whole plot after taking it over

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    Good luck!

    Don't know if you've thought about joining the beds together? I had loads of smaller ones when I took mine over, and it was a bit of a nuisance to mow. Mind you, mine were all irregular and I couldn't just zoom down the middles like your plot.

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    at the moment i have a blank canvas it is just 60ft x 36ft. so i had the idea of making beds of 4ft wide by about 12ft long. i can then rotate groups easy. the paths will be mud so i can use them as extensions for the beds

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