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solarizing progress

Hi all-

I meant to give an update last week.  I got the plastic on my garden patch,
weighed down all around the edges with bricks.  I left a weed growing
underneath it- one of those annoying papyrus grass-like looking things. I
figured I could look at it through the plastic and judge the progress of the
cooking.  After a week, it is clearly dying.  I plan to leave the plastic in
place all summer.  In fall (after the rest of the tomatos and peppers are
done) I'll go ahead can cover the entire bed until next year.

thanks all for the advice about this process.


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