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Scott Stiller
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Hello friends. My family has a large amount of organic cotton fabric that can no longer be used for it's original purpose. I've been trying to think of ways it can be used on a permaculture farm but I'm out of thoughts. Does anyone have suggestions?
 
Tyler Ludens
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Covers to protect plants from frost
Screens to block wind/temporary windbreaks
Bags in which to store wool or other products
Torn in strips for plant ties
Dipped in cement and used to cover wire forms for sculptures or small buildings
 
Chadwick Holmes
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Woven rag rugs.
Backing for quits (depending on size and such)
Padding under appolstry ( I can't spell appolstry?)
Char cloth for fire starting
 
Zach Muller
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I used old cotton clothes that were worn out as a layer in my hugels.
 
The moustache of a titan! The ad of a flea:
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