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by sanderson 12/3/2016, 2:55 am
I am working on salad bowl lettuce, spring onions, spinach, carrots, radishes and snap peas for my trellis. I planted chard, kale and some free Ozark strawberries. Do you think I should wedge a piece of thin board down into the soil 12 inches from the berries to keep the runners from spreading into the other section of the TT??? I wanted to plant the berries in a corner of my yard but I know my chickens would not SHARE THE STRAWBERRIES WITH ME!!!!!!
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Since you will be in the garden frequently, you should be able to easily control those runners if you wish. You might want to let a few runners go, as long as they stay in their own area. Just make sure your scissors are sharp and clean.
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