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Terri Cendejas
Terri Cendejas • 1 year ago

PVC Garden "Pots" -- On b organic with michele beschen episode #212, a CSA had lots of unique planting methods that were inexpensive, deer- & weed-proof, AND accessible to someone in a wheelchair. PVC pipe (10’ lengths) cut into 3 equal pieces, secured in the ground with a piece of rebar, and filled it with soil were used to plant all sorts of vegetables and plants, 1 plant per "pot". Each plant took just one cup of water per day to thrive! Here is a similar idea on a DOT government website.

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