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Burying the edges is another way to keep row cover down.

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  • Burying the edges is another way to keep row cover down.
  • Laying row cover flat at seedling stage to protect from flea beetles.
  • Using sand or rock bags to hold down row cover.

Agribon AG-19 Row Cover Cut to Length - 83 Inch Width

Fend off pests and frost with this essential organic gardening supply.

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Agribon aggravates some of the biggest threats to your garden bounty: it is a physical, spun polyester material that allows light, air, and moisture to permeate easily but keeps out frustrating pests and frost. Use it to ward off flea beetles and cucumber beetles; most organic growers can't produce eggplant or spring mustards without it. It can be draped--or floated--over brassica and cucurbit crops but must be supported with hoops over eggplant. It provides frost protection down to about 28 degrees if hoops are used to ensure that foliage is not touching the fabric.

This is our 83"-wide material (that's just one inch shy of 7 feet). Please enter quantity in number of feet you'd like us to cut for you. You should order enough to cover the length of your row plus two times the height of your hoops (if using) plus about 3 feet extra for securing the ends.

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