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Exorbitant veggie prices at the supermarket see Wagga people turn to home grown alternatives

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By Andrew Mangelsdorf
Updated June 22 2022 - 12:14pm, first published June 21 2022 - 9:00pm
The Chaston Street Nursery manager Phoebie Cheshire says growing veggies at home can be an affordable alternative to shopping at the supermarket. Picture: Madeline Begley

Amid soaring vegetable prices at local supermarkets, Wagga people are turning to cheaper home-grown alternatives.

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Originally from South Australia, Andrew Mangelsdorf grew up in Victoria before launching his career in Temora, NSW. He also served as a journalist at Lake Cargelligo before making the move to The Daily Advertiser in 2022. Always on the lookout for story ideas, so if you've got one, let me know: andrew.mangelsdorf@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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