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Farmer Carrie

@Mroberts: It's a re-usable black woven fabric called "ground cover" or "weed barrier", depending on who you buy it from. We only use it in a few of our fields. We buy it in 300' rolls, either 3' or 6 feet wide.

Mroberts

Looking over the contents of all those bags of vegitables makes me hungry. What type of fabric did you use to keep the weeds down? Was it a mesh type fabric. Weeds always seem to be problematic.

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