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A systemic weedkiller or just digging out would be the best way, don't use newspaper- often has the result of attracting unwanted pests like slugs to scene and doesn't really break down as fast as one hopes- it forms a static layer that just stays there allowing very little through it. If the bed is as large as you say it is then I would break the area up ...


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I would put in electricity , water, and at least one window that opens so it can cross ventilate with the door. I made a floor of leftover house brick , no mortar, so any water just runs through it. I put the sill cock outside and use a hose for water. I used wire shelving for closets so light can pass through . ( I think they are worthless for closets). For ...


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There are actually 3 types of 'extending the season' type structures to consider. You must already have the out of doors garden with raised or fluffed up 'permanent' beds with walkways that contain your perennials such as rhubarb, blueberries, tarragon, thyme, oregano...raspberries, horse radish, asparagus...? Fenced or protected against rabbits, raccoons? ...


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I recommend two solutions: establish if there are any areas which only have to be mowed twice a year in the spring and fall. This is popular for low traffic areas in some cities and urban parks as it saves money. If you have to cut less area it will be easier any grazing animal will do the job. Sheep, goats, cows... Farmers are usually happy to look for ...


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An ionizer might help neutralise static charges building up on plastic surfaces but this sounds uneconomic. You can't drain static from a plastic surface to ground. You need to replace with a metal sieve. https://www.electrostatics.com/staticelectricity.html


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Horticulture is a very big subject - you'd need to refine your research to locate anything helpful, there is no 'catch all' website, all will require some degree of knowledge if you're completely new to gardening. Information on this subject for schoolchildren can be very helpful if you really know nothing much, it generally covers the basics of ...


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vilx...go with gas, a 2 stroke engine. Electric is just silly. Keep your RIDING lawn mower deck no lower than 3 1/2 inches. MOW ONCE PER WEEK, no kidding! Only water when you see your footprints stay down on the grass. Aerate with a plug aerator once per year! Fertilize with a balanced fertilizer 3 to 4 X per year. (Dr. Earth's Lawn Fertilizer is ...


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