Yes, buy a row cover before the cost goes up! I bought one last winter.Thank you for sharing! I have never done a row cover before, but have some trouble with cabbage moths so was thinking about covering them at first until the moths buzz off to greener pastures.
Ah, yes pleas share everything you're working on here! I usually find something useful in your thoughts, so it helps me too!Yes, buy a row cover before the cost goes up! I bought one last winter.
If you can't get one soon enough, if you can create a structure you COULD use white garbage bags held down by bricks/stones once they have been watered.
Often the birds will eat your sprouts!
WE can't have THAT!!!!
I am tired of posting stuff that I haven't done yet. This ISN'T my thread...so I'll post it Here.
I am finished a raised bed today where I am planting 2022 sugar snap peas. I have some in to go cups in a basement window well and they are sprouting. Germination rate shouldn't be a problem, BUT, birds are.
I have to get this finished and planted today before a soaking rain tomorrow and I will pull from my large stash of chicken wire and cage them in. (Pictures to follow on my thread.)
I bring this up bc we often wonder if the seeds didn't germinate, when critters came along to eat the bounty instead,
Ah, those are the little worms I find when ever I'm digging around in my garden!! I'm glad I feed them to the chickens now. >_>
We have an Ikea nearby, and those fine mesh curtain panels pop up quite frequently at thrift stores for just a couple of dollars. I like to drape them over the blueberry bushes, to discourage birds from taking the fruit. It helps a lot.Ikea has a mesh curtain (like mosquito netting) that can be gotten inexpensively.