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  • Subject: [cg] walls of water
  • From: Minifarms@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2005 13:38:52 EST

Don asked about wofw.  The price does not vary much.  I try to  buy from a 
farm supply rather than a garden center.  _www.groworganic_ 
(http://www.groworganic)  sells them 3 for $9.49 but  then you have postage of 2 lbs.  They work.
  I try to do everything without spending money but I cannot come up  with a 
DIY for wallsofwater.  The farmers in Nicaragua and Honduras came up  with a 
way to make a DIY drip line which I recommend.   In the US it  does not save 
much money but where there is hard water, they can be  cleaned.
Ken Hargesheimer

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