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Allotments may be set up through myPay or by using DD Form 2558. When you set up an allotment through myPay, you will see a no later than date listed before and after you set up the allotment. This lets you know whether the allotment will start this month or next month.
A good allotment plot should have plenty of sunlight, nearby access to water, a shed and land that can be worked for planting.
There are two types of allotments: discretionary and non-discretionary. You can have up to six discretionary allotments per month, and any number of non-discretionary allotments, as long as the total allotments per month is 15 or less. Your allotment is evenly divided between your semimonthly paychecks.
Allotment means a recurring specified deduction for a legal purpose from pay authorized by an employee to be disbursed on a pay period basis to an allotee.
Allotment Ideas Set up a tool storage solution. If space allows, youll need a structure to house your garden tools securely. Consider companion planting. Rooftop allotments. Planting station for the kids. Welcome more wildlife. Paths between beds. Go for water butts. Make your own compost.
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Allotments are payroll deductions, and a way to pay for things directly from your paycheck before you see the money. Most people use them to pay for things like life insurance or repaying a military loan. DoD wont let you set up allotments to pay for things like vehicles, furniture, electronics, and jewelry.
Whether you are interested in gardening, growing, cooking or indeed eating, tending an allotment is ideal. You can grow a range of fruits, vegetables and herbs for the kitchen, and even grow ornamental plants for a productive and attractive plot. See if you can designate a piece of your garden to growing crops.
Dont forget your gardening gloves Find a space. First of all, find a space in your local area for your allotment. Plan your plot. Planning an allotment is very personal. Spend time on your soil. Pick your produce. Set up a sharing scheme. Keep up with your weekly jobs.

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