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  • Angelica Magaña

    Line your raised bed with chicken wire to keep out pests! #tips #gardening #outdoors #DIY

  • Toni Coralline-Jones

    Constructing Raised Bed Gardens, Raised Bed Garden Plan, Building Raised Garden Beds. Put chicken wire down to keep gophers and moles out.

  • Terralee Rich

    Line raised garden bed with chicken wire or hardware cloth to keep out gophers and moles. Good idea, cuz we have one or the other pretty bad.

  • Ashlee Ruggels

    Line your raised bed with chicken wire to keep out gophers and moles! BRILLIANT idea! this is what i'll be doing!

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