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~~ I am starting my first garden with my 11 year old and would like a garden plan for growing fruits and vegetables in upstate New York. We do have a spot in our back yard that does receive at least 6-7 hours of direct sunlight. This is also part of a research project I am working on for class to answer the question of why more people do not have back yard gardens. I would like to know for all that are willing to assist: 1. How many years have you maintained your own fruit or vegetable garden? 2. What was your motivation for starting your own garden? 3. In your opinion, what stops the average person from starting their own fruit or vegetable garden? 4. What are your 3 biggest challenges to maintaining a healthy garden? 5. *For those in upstate NY: How do you overcome the obstacle of weather in upstate NY? What type of garden do you have? Thank you in advance for all of your help!!! Rudy
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