Anyone who has access to shredded office paper can place a “collar of it around the base of tomato and other stand-alone plants to prevent drying of soil and deter weeds. Sprinkle with water immediately after placement to prevent blowing away. At the end of harvest it can be tilled into the soil to continue composting.
Anyone who has access to shredded office paper can place a “collar of it around the base of tomato and other stand-alone plants to prevent drying of soil and deter weeds. Sprinkle with water immediately after placement to prevent blowing away. At the end of harvest it can be tilled into the soil to continue composting. Emma Moore Davis, Conover
Anyone who has access to shredded office paper can place a “collar of it around the base of tomato and other stand-alone plants to prevent drying of soil and deter weeds. Sprinkle with water immediately after placement to prevent blowing away. At the end of harvest it can be tilled into the soil to continue composting. Emma Moore Davis, Conover

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June 24, 2015 02:05 PM

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