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Taking the desert back:tress, grapes and vegetable gardening with THE GROASIS WATERBOXX PLANTCOCOON®

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Taking the desert back:tress, grapes and vegetable gardening with THE GROASIS WATERBOXX PLANTCOCOON®

Post  has55 on 6/22/2016, 7:19 pm



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Post  audrey.jeanne.roberts on 6/22/2016, 9:34 pm

As someone who lives in a desert climate that is FASCINATING!  Thank you so much for posting it.  I would also add deep mulching with wood chips and the soil underneath would be moist, more fertile and teeming with life.  It's a great idea, I'm going to go check if they're available and for how much.  Thanks has55
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Post  sanderson on 6/23/2016, 10:48 am

Checked out the web site.  $$  Shocked Looks good for small saplings like Audrey is planting (poplar), and at least they are reusable each year. I think the concept is sound for dry climates.

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Post  has55 on 6/23/2016, 12:59 pm

@sanderson wrote:Checked out the web site.  $$  Shocked Looks good for small saplings like Audrey is planting (poplar), and at least they are reusable each year.  I think the concept is sound for dry climates.
looks like they'll last about 20 yrs from what I read. That makes it down to pennies, maybe in the negative zone.
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