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Old May 16, 2017   #1
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Default clover cover crops between rows

does anyone grow a white clover cover crop between rows in the high tunnels or garden instead of a laying woven ground cover? or other low growing cover drop and what kind. something that doesn't need mowed. I have no mower that narrow and my weed eater is a commercial beast throwing debris hard enough that it damages the plants that are hit.
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Luckily I have a wild ground cover called Horse herb.
Everyone around me calls it a weed people in the know call it a blessing.
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You can get Microclover or Miniclover seeds on Amazon. Microclover is about twice the price. I have been using Miniclover for years as a living mulch.
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