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Old February 4, 2018   #31
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So pretty! We're back to mud in Virginia!

I use leaves to mulch my garlic.
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Old June 18, 2018   #32
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I'm using PH's method this year, I'm surprised no one has mentioned it. DeWitt Sunbelt woven landscape cover 3 foot wide. Holes are 9" apart. I going to throw a couple inches of straw over that.




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What is the tan material under the sunbelt? I'm a big fan of sunbelt in the vegetable garden for larger plants with greater spacing like tomatoes and squash. I have a smaller raised bed with garlic but it was a chore making so many small holes close together. I have to keep reminding myself of this as I pull weeds out of the straw mulch in the hot sun all summer.


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