Last November 2016, our sweet potatoes managed to reach fruition after a year of attacks. Ultimately persevering the foraging of skunks, raccoons, and opossums, we managed to salvage a small harvest. Our harvests in the past had been three times larger, but we were thankful for our remnant that are very delicious. Our soil is a mix of organic compost and manure. We prefer chicken manure from our backyard chickens, but recently retired them to a nearby farm. We miss our hens for many reasons. Recently, we have discovered that laying chicken wire over the sprouts in a raised bed using bamboo stakes along the edges is a great deterrent for diggers.
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