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Lawn edging

Posted by mtgs 6 (My Page) on
Sat, May 5, 12 at 7:36

Does anyone have any advice on how to keep the grass from growing in my garden. I trenched the area fairly deep however there are time the grass will creeping into the area I trenched. Thanks

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RE: Lawn edging

That what a garden hoe is for. You are gonna have to pull weeds and grass at least once every 2 weeks. No matter wat u do..

RE: Lawn edging

Take a look at "Eraser - Systemic Weed & Grass Killer." I got it for edging but haven't used it yet -- to take care of some bermuda (from an unknown source) and zoysia growing in spots around my edges.

RE: Lawn edging

Do you have any type of barrier between the garden? I have a client that we put a small concrete strip that gave it a better appeal and reduced the grass creep into the beds. Just an idea. There are different types of barriers you can use

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RE: Lawn edging

We use metal landscape edging. Concrete looks pretty good. For some grasses it has to go pretty deep (at least 6 inches).

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