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Dave F.

03-27-2003 10:08:33

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I've Posted, here a lot in the past got a lot of good info. So here goes. I have some old mulch hay I want to use to cover up my potatoes (taters if you are from WV) I was told I'd need to put some weed killer on the hay, To control the weeds, so what brand of weedkiller should I use & how often & what strenght.I don't want to kill my taters. Thanks Dave F.

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Dave F.

03-31-2003 10:44:38

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 Re: (Not tool related) in reply to Dave F., 03-27-2003 10:08:33  
Thanks for all of the replys to my posts, I like the Ideal of Not using any weed killer. Not only for saftey reasons, but I like to save money to. Thanks again. Dave F.

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Dave Wilcox

03-29-2003 11:01:59

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 Re: (Not tool related) in reply to Dave F., 03-27-2003 10:08:33  
Last year I covered two 20 ft. rows with slabs of baled hay and some leaves. NO chemicals, and very few weeds. Put slabs on thick.

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03-27-2003 18:24:44

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 Re: (Not tool related) in reply to Dave F., 03-27-2003 10:08:33  
Contact your local county extension agent.

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03-27-2003 11:23:39

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 Re: (Not tool related) in reply to Dave F., 03-27-2003 10:08:33  
how old is the hey. Most gardeners leave their hey out for a full season the water and mold kill off most of the seeds.

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