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Question: Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 22:46:32 -0400
Subject: Gardener's Q and A [T20000509001DZ38300]
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Question recieved from:
naomi samet
baltimore, Maryland 21208
County: baltimore
Country: USA
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protecting seeds from birds
Category: Seed Starting
how do i protect outdoor newly planted seeds and seedlings from birds?

Answer: You can cast a light layer of straw or salt hay over the seeds, or, you can cover the area with a floating row cover until the seedlings reach a size that the birds are no longer interested in.

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