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  • Joy Lee

    Planters yard Stick You'll quickly come to rely on this simple tool. It's made from a four-inch-wide, four-foot-long board: Leave one of the long edges flat, or create a beveled edge by shaving it at a 45-degree angle with a table saw; you can also have a lumberyard cut it for you. Along the other long edge, cut alternating deep and shallow notches at 6-inch intervals. When planting seeds or setting out young plants, press the flat edge into the earth to make a furrow.

  • Karmen Naccarato

    Planter's Yardstick - Martha Stewart Garden tools

  • Gen @ Color Me Domestic

    Planter's Yardstick - to know how spaced out to plant seeds or seedlings {Martha Stewart Home & Garden}

  • Melissa Boyd

    See the "Planter's Yardstick" in our Vegetable Garden Good Things gallery

  • Kathy Courville

    Planter's Yardstick // Great Gardens Ideas //

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