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Using weed barrier fabric on top of the ground to create a weed free vegetable garden. For a complete description of to do this, and other really important tips, see this page; http://mikesbackyardnursery.com/2018/07/weed-free-vegetable-garden/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsNatural Weed Control in the Vegetable Garden – GardenForkContainer Garden Ideas – How To Find FREE Containers For Your Vegetable GardenHD The Benefits Of Planting Marigolds in your Vegetable Garden – Subscription FREEFREE ORGANIC FERTILIZER | GOAT DUNG / SHEEP DUNG | Flowering & Vegetable GardeningMake free DIY self watering grow bag for vegetable gardening Larry Hall inspired.Soil Amendment, When and What to Add to your Organic Vegetable Garden Q&A workwithnature

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12 Comments

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 4 months ago

    I use this stuff both inside and outside of my greenhouses. Would not know what I would do without it. It allows water through it but keeps the weeds at bay!
    Chuck

  • ZOHEIR EL-DJADJI 4 months ago

    That stuff looks interesting but doesn't it get too hot for the plants. Anyway thanks a lot Mike for everything. You're doing great work. Good luck.

  • Sugar Pumpkin Farms 4 months ago

    Great video and Great advice.

  • Tuxedo Talk 4 months ago

    Go to a mattress store and get free big sheets of cardboard.

  • NWHomesteader 4 months ago

    I love this stuff! In the PNW it helps to warm the soil so i can grow things (like melons), that I would have trouble with otherwise. I burn the holes for planting – I find the material frays with cutting. Also, i have reused it for 3 seasons now. If you’re around Portland, OBC sells it at a pretty good price, but you have to buy 300’ rolls…

  • Hans Gruetzenbach 4 months ago

    For my garden this year I use https://www.lowes.com/pd/Sta-Green-Ultimate-Landscape-Fabric-Common-3-ft-x-50-ft-Actual-3-02-ft-x-50-17-ft/50119485 and burned holes in it as needed for corn, tomatoes, peppers, etc. It really works and keeps the weeds out and lets water and fertilizer through.

  • Hans Gruetzenbach 4 months ago

    Don't buy from Lenard, He is the most expensive one out there!!! Check out https://www.mortonproducts.com/page.cfm/1306

  • Larry Summers 4 months ago

    I do landscaping and irrigation; you need to go to a specialty irrigation store to get better material. The box stores version is crap.

  • Marilyn Quinonez 4 months ago

    Surprised that black plastic doesn’t get too hot for the plants crawling on it

  • heygeno1951 4 months ago

    I use old carpet picked from the trash

  • jeanne miller 4 months ago

    Is that stuff reusable

  • littlesinman 4 months ago

    Yay 1st