Corrugated Raised Garden Bed Plans - When vegetables that are growing in raised garden beds using the Square Foot Gardening method, your beds should be sectioned off into one-foot sections called putting squares. A 4x4 foot garden bed, for instance, will have 16 planting squares (because there are 16 square feet in a 4x4 bed). Each putting square has an address used to recognize the square.
While the options for addressing change, one of the most straightforward would be to use letters for columns and amounts for rows, and also the combination of the two identifies the square. Numbering starts in the upper left corner and goes left to right, top to bottom. For instance, putting square A1 is the upper left-hand square (1st column, 1st row), while putting square C4 is the square in the 3rd column as well as the 4th row. I've yet to find a garden bed that is commercially available with an enclosed attribute for marking off putting squares.
I wish somebody would build a Square Foot Gardening grid which you can fit into a garden bed that is raised to mark off squares, if you intend to use the Square Foot Gardening process but until this really is available, for marking off squares, you will need to formulate your own personal method. Step one is to calculate the measurements on the inside of the garden bed, which is width and the length which is really useable for planting.
But when you join the planks in the corners, you lose a few inches, hence the interior measurements of the garden bed are really a couple of inches short of the advertised size. Within my case, my beds have an interior dimension of 46.25 inches x 94 inches. I refer to these measurements as Usable Length for the remainder of the short article.