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Front Yard Food Part 2

Sweet Progress!

Here is the results of our efforts towards moving the vision forward and building Yummy Tummy Farms, a suburban farm in San Jose, CA.

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  1. Well i look forward to seeing the next step! that soil looks hard… c

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    • Yes, it is indeed hard soil that has not been utilized or worked in three years, so we had to apply lots of water to loosen the soil prior to digging. The next step will be to amend the bed and I think you will see a huge difference after we amend the farm beds, so check back soon!

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