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Re: Capillary Matting

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Capillary Matting
  • From: Katrina Streiff <katrina@ICDC.COM>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 20:12:52 -0400

Claire, your PVC pipe system sounds great. May I ask what lengths you
use--you say any width and that makes sense, but there must be a length that
works best.  Thanks.


>For home cuttings another method is PVC pipe.  You cut lengths of pipe, any
>width, smaller is better and line up the pipe cuts in a wooden box.  You
>with clean sand (mix with peat if desired) and insert the cutting. Fill to
>the top with sand and water until the water runs through the botton.  Put
>box into a plastic plan in half sun in a warm place and cuttings strike

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