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Re: Cardboard

>    I'm considering using cardboard for weed suppression in an organic
>vegetable garden (the quackgrass is out of control).  A friend is
>concerned about toxic compounds in the cardboard.  Anyone have any
>knowledge about the safety of using cardboard for weed suppression?

Corrugated cardboard's great, worms love it. Inks are soy-based.

You might find this interesting:
Quack grass

Keith Addison

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