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plot saver #4141960 03/24/13 01:40 PM
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Anyone used it? Is it needed for a patch of summer beans to get started?

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Not really it just depends on how big of a patch you talking about.


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There was another thread on her in the past week or two asking the same question.

I have used it in East Texas to keep deer out of a garden and it worked well. You'll have to reapply the spray to the tape every couple of weeks or after a good rain. It allowed us to get more of the tomatoes than the deer. Should have roped off the okra too, they demolished it!

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