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Weeds - a super nifty trick to beating those pesky plant nuisances

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Location: Cherokee, Victoria, Australia
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Hi everyone from Down Under,

We're having a heatwave here at the moment with 4 days in a row expected to exceed 40 degrees Celsius (104F).

Anyway, I thought you may be interested in a super nifty trick to beat weeds (whatever they are) at my farm.

I'm on 22 acres in a cool temperate environment with mild winters and hot and sometimes dry summers.

The link is to the article at permaculturenews.org site where the article lives.

Feel free to ask questions and I hope you enjoy the photos. Chris


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