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oops - more on "Earthboxes" - pro/con

  • Subject: [cg] oops - more on "Earthboxes" - pro/con
  • From: Grow19@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 10:28:22 EST

Oops - I meant to ask:
1. if its possible to grow 'organically' using Earthboxes since that  provide 
fertilizer recommendations, and overall what it to recommend them over  
in-ground gardening in the DC area.  
2. The UN folks are promoting them because they can be rolled indoors at  the 
end of the day and outside every morning, to cut down on vandalism.   Not 
sure that this makes sense to me.  Wouldn't they be heavy and  challenging to 
move once full of soil and water and plants?
Thanks again,
Judy Tiger

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