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Post  has55 6/13/2024, 12:44 am

I love it!!!
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Post  plantoid 6/13/2024, 6:42 am

I've taken to using black neoprene cord/ thin beading material  the width of the beds  knotted through a long 9 inch x 1 inch wide pointed white plastic peg which used to be an ogee rain gutter , cut up as pegs for at each end . 
Poke one peg in at then foot marker then stretch it across the bed to the corresponding one . The work well as I have 22 beds which are divided up in square feet .   

At the end of each harvesting season they are all removed , cleaned in soapy water , washed off and hung over a series of rails screwed to our fence .  Over winter they straighten out ready for the next growing season . The pegs & cords are now in their 12 year , a few beds are slightly more than four foot long , so all I do is pop the peg in a few inches short of the dividing walls .
Laughing  The plants don't seem to mind this at all.
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