How to get rid of grass around raised beds in vegetable garden - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by scm1228
September 24, 2010
I have a fenced in, 24'x24' veg. garden with four 3'x6' raised beds, plus 12

Answer from NGA
September 24, 2010
You can suffocate the grassy weeds by laying several thicknesses of newspaper over the areas between the beds. For a more permanent solution, carefully apply Round Up to the area. When the weeds are dead, cover the area with weed barrier landscape fabric. This will keep new weeds from sprouting. You can walk occasionally on the weed barrier - as long as you don't punch holes in it, it will effectively keep new weeds from sprouting.

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