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luvhedgie
How do you stop the worms frm eating my veggies? My radishes for one example were coming up nicely and then when I went pull some for a salad they were all seriously worm eaten.
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Julian Anzunzu
great ideas especially for kitchen garden.
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Sue Dunagan

the easiest organic way i've found to foil worms in root vegetables is to grow them in containers.

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