Raised Garden Bed Soil Mix for Growing More Vegetables in a Small Back Yard. This is just simple raised garden bed soil mix that seems to work very well, 1/3 peat moss, 1/3 vermiculite and 1/3 premium compost. The raised garden bed will draw its nutrients from the compost, the vermiculite will airate the soil and the peat moss will retain the water in the soil.
As the video explains I have just filled up my newly put together cedar raised garden beds with it an optimum recommended mix of compost, vermiculite and peat moss. This soil mixture along with my Mittleider weekly feed will provide the optimum nutrients my vegetables need and allows you to pack vegetables close to each other.
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I am also planing to feed my vegetable plants with Mittleider weekly feed mix for an optimal growth and produce in small spaces like my backyard.
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