RE: Re: pre-emergent use
Our garden buys alot of our stuff from catalogs. If this is an organic
product which would not leave a residue for a suceeding season ( the
gardener might want to grow spinach or winter wheat after the tomato season)
what catalog carries these corn gluten products?
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> For a pre-emergent herbicide that has no toxic residues, try one of the
> corn gluten products. Something in corn gluten inhibits seed germination,
> which is great if you want to suppress weed seedlings. Don't use it in
> beds where you plan to plant seed, however. But it should work great in
> beds where you are using transplants, because the corn gluten has no
> detrimental effect on plants.
> Jennifer Barricklow
> North Haven, CT
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> Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2000 10:59:46 -0600
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> Subject: [cg] Community Garden
> We are in the planning process of preparing our vegetable garden for
> spring. It has been suggested we put down the black plastic and then put
> pine bark mulch on top of the plastic in order to hold moisture and
> What about using pre-emergent in a vegetable garden? Is this safe to
> apply? We would appreciate any recommendations you might offer.
> JR I Foundation
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