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#2282232 - 11/05/17 03:17 PM Hey CNC
Joe4majors Offline
10 point

Registered: 01/17/14
Posts: 2628
Loc: Lake View, AL
Iím tired of dealing with weeds. Thought about letting this thick wheat grow until the spring, terminate it, lay it over and then plant the garden veggies in the remaining thatch. Seems it would help minimize weeds, hold moisture, recycle nutrients, help make healthy soil, etc. I wonder if Iíd need to transplant everything though or should veggie seeds punch through the thatch with no problems? CNC, or others, got any advice?

#2283213 - 11/06/17 11:23 AM Re: Hey CNC [Re: Joe4majors]
CNC Offline
14 point

Registered: 06/21/12
Posts: 7262
Loc: Macon Co
Go for it!......Grow it out tall, press it over to make a mat and terminate it.....Use a weedeater turnt up sideways like an edger to cut out rows to plant your seed in. thumbup
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#2291254 - 11/13/17 03:23 PM Re: Hey CNC [Re: Joe4majors]
AUwrestler Offline
4 point

Registered: 02/02/14
Posts: 720
Loc: Owens Xrds
Farmers are doing it more with row crops. Better for the soil to have cover, than bare dirt.
I believe that this is a practical world and that I can count only on what I earn. Therefore I believe in work, hard work. -George Petrie (1945)

#2314902 - 12/02/17 02:43 PM Re: Hey CNC [Re: Joe4majors]
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Registered: 11/24/12
Posts: 1174
Loc: North Alabama
I would transplant the veggies and try not to disturb the soil too much. Disturb the soil too much and your defeating the purpose of the mulch.


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