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April 2, 2015

Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by Sheryl on Sunday, June 15, 2008 at 12:12pm.

This is a practical question. I'm working on some raised bed gardens that are very overgrown with tree roots. I've been told to line the outside of the boxes about 2' down with siding and since tree roots are mostly near the surface, that should stop them from invading the beds.

Looks like siding can be steel, masonry, vinyl, wood, or composite. Since the beds will be used for vegetables, I'd like to use a material that won't decompose and that will hold up to being shoved into the earth. Any suggestions?

Thanks from Sheryl

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