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Old September 18, 2018   #36
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Bower, tarping works even with out heat or high temps. The sun will still heat up the tarp because it is black. Only during the winter would it take 4-6 weeks.
Lisa, I would think you would be better late than early. But you know your climate.
I push as late as I can because I don’t want top growth. Anymore, that means planting in November for me.
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