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Ralph Mowery wrote:
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The cardboard sounds like a good it for me to try this year. I do use
similar cages made out of the reinforcing wire.


it's good for smothering problem areas and such but
i don't use it in all the gardens because it is in the
way if i want to do rotational planting in different
areas (which i do in all my vegetable gardens).


songbird

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