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Carol Townsend wrote:

:  Maybe I should have read on before asking about "solariztions". "Hot
:  under the plastic". Now there's a clue. 

The short version is that covering a prepared, but fallow bed with plastic for
several weeks "cooks" undesirable elements like weed seeds & nematodes.  In some
parts of the country, clear plastic works best.  Here in sunny, HOT, southern
New Mexico, black plastic is more durable.

Sharon McAllister

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