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Old May 17, 2016   #32
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PMCGrady - I wonder if the cement tiles were used as a method of blanching the celery, instead of planting in a furrow and backfilling or mulching. I have read of people covering with cardboard sleeves, but they tend to not weather very well, or succumb to mild/mildew... The cement would keep the suns rays away, and also hold moisture.
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