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How do you terrace a garden?

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To terrace a garden, start by digging a trench for your initial tier at the bottom of the hill. The more levels you have on your terrace, the deeper this trench should be. Pack and level the base of your trench and put your first layer of building materials into the trench pound spikes. Layer the next tier of construction materials on top of the first layer and use spikes to join them. Repeat these steps for each level of your terraces.
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