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Old April 19, 2016   #8
fonseca
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The only option is to cut them out, and MAYBE the plant will make it. I've tried generous dustings of DE, foil around the base of each vine, kaolin clay and piles of gravel as mulch.

This year I am growing my cukes under floating row covers. I have already seen the SVB moths hovering over them in the garden. If I don't get a decent harvest I am giving up on heirloom cukes. Growing Suyo Long, Lemon and Boston Pickling.

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