Garden weeds?

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How can I “kill off” the remains of my garden without harming the earth for next season? The weeds have gotten very high with all

the rain we’ve had. Thanks!

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  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on Sep 23, 2018

    cut at ground level; if they are annuals the root systems will decompose and not come back; if they have re-seeded, cover the entire area with black plastic when the ground temps reach about 55-60f next spring; this will kill any seeds trying to germinate by the heat trapped under the plastic. Remove the plastic, and plant your garden as usual when the ground is about 70f; you can mulch now with cardboard and wheat straw; the cardboard will decompose, as will the straw over the winter;

  • Cover your garden area with a tarp or thick plastic with bricks or something weighty on top. This should do the trick.

  • Maria Camille Hill Maria Camille Hill on Sep 26, 2018

    Mix Blue Dawn Dish Detergent w/white vinegar the amounts are on line. It will only kill weeds.

  • Ellen Staub Smith Ellen Staub Smith on Sep 28, 2018

    Thank you!

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