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Floating Row Cover

12 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday | Comments
Floating Row Cover

Covering up those veggies can be an indispensible tool for the food growing gardener… especially in the colder months.

“Floating row cover is white, spun-poly cloth that looks like giant sheets of toilet paper… Row cover is great for excluding pests like flea beetles, carrot rust fly and cabbage moth, as well as for reducing transplant shock and preventing dmage from light frosts. It makes crops grow faster in the spring because it has an insulating effect.” Excerpted from: All the Dirt by Rachel Fisher, Heather Stretch, Robin Tunnicliffe

Get familiar with the materials you need with Robin Tunnicliffe, Growing Under Cover: extend the season using poly and row, at 12:45 pm, Feb 15 at Seedy Saturday.


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