Lay veg plot ac­cess paths

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If you ac­cess your veg plot reg­u­larly dur­ing win­ter, walk­ing on soil when it’s wa­ter­logged or frozen can leave the ground com­pacted, and your footwear caked in mud. Paths will make life eas­ier. Lay­ing planks of wood is a cheap but unattrac­tive op­tion, but weed­sup­press­ing mem­brane cov­ered with slate chip­pings cre­ates a sim­ple, stylish path. Slate chip­pings are a bet­ter al­ter­na­tive to gravel be­cause cats are less likely to use slate-cov­ered ar­eas as a toi­let.

Cre­ate a path through your veg patch for easy ac­cess

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