Man Seeking No Weeds - Must Have Symmetry
I have a question. After several years of a weed-filled-garden, I have become a little discouraged. I'm sure none of you have been there before, right??? : )
I have recently come across an interesting idea. Have your heard about it? Has it worked for you? Would you recommend it?
The idea is to lay down a "polypropylene woven ground cloth" down on the ground over your newly tilled ground. Then stake it down with either wooden stakes or large metal U nails that are used for landscape fabric. Then you take a blow touch and burn holes into the ground cloth every 8 to 12 inches. (Whatever your plants desire)
The polypropylene cloth already has colored lines on it and would make burning small holes for plants relatively quick and symmetrical. (Love Symmetry!!!)
The great thing about this woven polypropylene is that no sunlight can get through - however water is able to penetrate.
Since I am so busy going to school, I am looking for ways to reduce the growth of weeds in my garden.
Any thoughts or opinions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for your time!