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Want a weed free vegetable garden? This weed fabric provides a natural weed control. This is a follow up to our weed barrier video we did here: I believe this is considered organic weed control, either way, its a great weed fabric to keep down weeds. Watch the soaker hose video here: Buy the garden fabric we use here: You might ask at your local nursery or greenhouse if they have any remnants of the weed fabric they will sell you. This fabric was sewn together by a neighbor, you may be able to find someone with a heavy duty sewing machine. Support GardenFork while shopping on Amazon, start here: Get our Email News: Twitter: Facebook: Google+: Pinterest: More great DIY, Cooking, Gardening, Home Improvement, Urban Homesteading videos and info on our site: http://GardenFork.TV Amazon and some other links are affiliate links, we get a small finder’s fee for referring purchasers to their sites. Its part of how we pay for producing GardenFork Produced by GardenFork Media LLC ©2015 all rights reserved All embeds must live link to GardenFork.TV. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay ,000 per second + per view + all collections & lawyers fees Music: Happy Hour, Composed by Dale Herr (ASCAP) , Toast Factory Publishing (ASCAP) Recording Licensed from the UniqueTracks Production Music Library Inc. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsNatural Pest Control for Healthy Plants in your Vegetable GardenRaised Bed Urban Vegetable Gardening – Updated – GardenForkPraying Mantis – Best Natural Pest Control & benefits for your Garden Part 1Easy Organic Pest Control for Your Vegetable GardenBuilding Raised Garden Beds For Schools and More – GardenForkVegetable Gardening : How to Control Ants in Vegetable Gardens

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  • russtex 1 year ago

    I love this idea! So hard to remove weed around the good plants! I think I need to invest on doing this next year!
    I found some wild purslane growing in a crack in front of our mailbox and I was going to harvest it…but, my brother mowed the lawn and used the weed wacker and took it out! So sad!

  • John C 1 year ago

    Send me that so called baseball bat My wife makes great bread out of those big ones!

  • Mike Combat 1 year ago

    You guys just saved me a lot of work removing weeds! Thanks a lot! :-)

  • Lisa Nilsson 1 year ago

    Love when you have dogs with you doing this videos. Regards from old grandmother in Sweden

  • The Abled Gardener 1 year ago

    That's some great stuff. I'll have to try it in my garden boxes, I have wood chips everywhere else. I've never eaten the purslane, I pull it out and through it away. I'll have to try it. Thanks you guys, Kim

  • martha neal 1 year ago

    that baseball bat made zucchini relish this week!!

  • liboriopsych 1 year ago

    "Only good for a baseball bat"?  Here is an idea for you (maybe even a video? Hint, Hint), cut you huge zucchini in half and scoop out the seeds, drizzle some olive oil, fill with your favorite "stuffed pepper" filling, a little breadcrumbs on top with a few small dollops of butter for a crispy crust, and bake…. Mmm, Mmm, Good… Good Luck, +Blessings

  • Hugh Janus 1 year ago

    I'm gonna go pier fishing tomorrow in Upper New York Bay. Weather permitting. Haven't gone fishing in about 15 years, can't wait. I got new hooks (3/0, 5/0), line (12 lb. test) and sinkers (4 3/4 ounces, may not be heavy enough) and practicing my knots.

  • Flannel Acres 1 year ago

    I tried this method a few years ago, but with thick black plastic. Mistake. That mesh looks like a MUCH better idea, and it looks like it comes in pretty big rolls. Any idea how many years it lasts?

  • This Old Homestead 1 year ago

    I think I would try that weed "carpet" stuff, the only downside that I see is crop rotation. You would want to move placement around based on the types of crops your growing right? My husband would also like to burn holes in the mat with a torch as well…pretend its a light saber or some such thing.

  • Petals on the Paving Slabs 1 year ago

    Very effective, thanks for sharing

  • Uwe Abraham 1 year ago

    Nice to see the Labs to help out for finding stray balls that don't belong!

  • The Grim Jester (Chris Donovan) 1 year ago

    I've done this before, but I put mulch on top, and the mulch allowed some weeds to grow on it. I will try this method next time. Are there any issues with the black barrier absorbing the heat from the sun to harmful levels for some plants?

    I won't rat out your labs.

  • Jonathan Mulzer 1 year ago

    But what if I am trying to grow weed?

  • Jim Rob 1 year ago

    Good idea. Very useful! Thanks