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When I built my boxes I used twine to mark the grids knowing full well that the twine would break - and it did. So as I replant for fall, I want another material. Something waterproof and simple and cheap and that I can use the nails I already have to ti
I thought you might be interested on veiwing my SFG grid. Includes planting dates.
I used a composite material last year for my grids . It was some type of plastic trim material I purchased in Lowes. When I removed plants this spring, the grids began breaking. I switched to a PVC Strip that is able to almost fold back on itself and