Straw Bale Gardening

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by TheMan13, Apr 21, 2018.

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    TheMan13

    TheMan13 Well-Known Member

    Straw bale gardening, what say you?

    Does anyone know where I could find a dozen bales of straw this time of year? Not hey, as that is seeded.
     
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    burrheadd

    burrheadd Well-Known Member

    Anyplace that sells cattle feed
     
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    dka813

    dka813 Member

    Search on Graigs list. A bunch on there.
     
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    GanJaGawD

    GanJaGawD Active Member

    Ya I could of got it for ya for free. But I don't know anything and I'm a horrible grower right ...ever notice the ground on my pics. It's called organic no till. You plant clover and other beneficial plants to the soil before you lay down. But i don't know anything, so I'll keep my mouth shut now. Oh so sry masta, don't whip me...lmfao
     

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    TheMan13

    TheMan13 Well-Known Member

    @GanJaGawD I ended up building a raised bed to plant a bed of Joan J raspberries outside this spring with a little help from my friends, I'll give straw bale gardening a go next year though with a bit more planning ahead. Obviously timing and the (3) straw harvest seasons were my issue here ...

    It worked out pretty good though. For the first time in many decades my old lady has actually taken interest in growing something. She's a pretty interesting woman I met on the DMZ 30 years ago. Being one of the first females forward with 2ID in our military at that time wasn't easy. What do you know about things like that brother? What do you know about things that really matter like character?

     
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    GanJaGawD

    GanJaGawD Active Member

    Awwww, I think I'm gonna cry...lmao I got under a trolls skin. Props to your woman, bit that's not your accomplishments. Sry.
     

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