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I want to cover and leave carrots in the ground during the winter. How do I keep mice out of them?
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This is a hard situation. You could try covering the carrots with closely space wire hardware cloth and then cover the carrots with straw or leaves to keep the cold out. You can pull the straw back and dig carrots all winter.
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