Some kind of temporary matting for a muddy surface?

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  1. Rollerball

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    Part of my garden has become a quagmire and the really muddy part is a much trodden path (there's no alternative path either). In Spring and Summer the grass will grow back and it won't be a problem (it may even stop raining for a day or two ..... ) but here and now I'm wondering what I can put down as a temporary measure. I want something that's easy to remove (therefore not gravel, etc) but I also don't want to spend a fortune on expensive matting.

    Any ideas please?
     
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  4. Rollerball

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    Thanks, I'll take a look.

    I should have said that it's not a path, it's just a small area of grass that leads to a part of my drive and lawn area. Problem is that it's the only route to my back lawn. It's not usually this bad.
     
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    When it dries up a bit maybe an idea to fit some parking grid (you fill it with soil and seed the top), will prevent same again next year!.

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  6. Rollerball

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    Thanks, that could work.
     
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    Thick cardboard.
     
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