Intensive planting is a gardening method in which plants are more closely spaced than in traditional row gardens. Though this causes a small drop in productivity per plant because of competition, weeds are shaded out, total crop production for the area worked is increased, and soil supplements are more effective because of the reduced space in which they are used.
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- Journey to Forever Example of and basic instructions for building a square foot garden.
- The Square Foot Gardening Club Club discussing square foot practices, hosted on Yahoo! Groups.
- No Dig Vegetable Garden Includes planning, sowing, vegetable recipes and recommendations.
- Tim's Square Foot Gardening Pictures, layouts, plant lists, seasonal plantings, journal and prior gardens.
- The Backyard Planter Basic information for setting up a miniature high production and self-sustaining backyard garden, including square foot garden plans and lists of suitable vegetables.
- GardenWeb - Square Foot Gardening Forum Forum includes FAQ and chance to ask and answer questions.
- Intensive Gardening Methods Techniques to grow more in less space: raised beds, vertical growing, interplanting, spacing, succession planting
- Square Foot Gardening Foundation Official site of Square Foot Gardening and Mel Bartholomew, originator and author. Description, overview, news, columns, kids section, tips, humor, use worldwide, testimonials, catalog, and teacher's award.
- Geekgardener's Weblog Blog and forum about container gardening in limited spaces such as balconies and terrace.
- Claudia's Square Foot Gardening Pictures and progress of a square foot garden over nearly a decade.
- Topper's Place Pictures and examples of hydroponics, container, square foot, deep bed, and pyramid gardening.
- My Square Foot Garden Instructions to design, build, water, and fertilize square foot gardens, including pictures and reports of personal garden.
- Tomato Growing Information for Succession Intensive Square Foot Gardening Intensive container growing practices.