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April 7, 2014 11:20 AM

5 secrets to a low-cost garden

Raising your own vegetables or flowers for the table is not an inexpensive proposition. There’s the outlay for seeds or plants, water costs, tools, pest control. If you’re not careful, those beefsteak tomatoes could cost you $5 a pop.

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