[Market-farming] Holding Down Row Cover

idyllwild farm idyllwildfarm at gmail.com
Fri May 4 21:11:10 EDT 2012

We've just used sandbags filed with field dirt. If you keep them out of the
direct sun when you aren't using them you can get
Three years easy. The ones that are in the sun all year start to flake out
after 12 to 18 months. Mowing them doesn't
Help either.  I vary the colors each year sothat I have a sense of the age.

On Friday, May 4, 2012, andrea davis wrote:

> I have yet another question.  This year I am covering my kale with row
> cover because the local ground squirrels love it.  I am going to use #9
> wire for hoops as the kale doesn't seem to like to rub up against the row
> cover.
> How have people found is the best way to hold down row cover?  In the past
> I have put dirt on it but then it is always a pain to remove it when things
> need to be checked on.  I heard something about laying rebar on the edges.
> Any suggestions would be great
> Thanks again,
> Andrea
> Quarter Acre Farm
> Sonoma, CA
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