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May 18, 2012 5:47 AM CST
|I've had some for a couple of years and used in containers but last year began to build raised beds. I added these crystals to the beds which were built in wintertime. All through last summers' drought, I looked for the polymer in the beds and didn't see any but the plants survived fairly well in spite of the tough summer.
Building another bed this spring and I added them without rehydrating. We had a good soaking rain and the next morming I glanced at that (unplanted) bed. It looked like it had ice on it. The complete surface was white. I had to laugh but was glad to see how well it worked. I tilled it under and it is now planted and growing. With relief, we are getting fairly regular rains so hopefully the drought has passed.
Incidently I had ordered directly from the factory and their website has excellent information and charts. Kristi
Be content moving inch by inch because, by days end, the inches, will add up to feet and yards.
Fulfilling ambitious objectives is usually done one step at a time.
May 18, 2012 5:25 PM CST
|I had the same experience after a hard rain with hail. I couldn't figure out why only one container had"hail" in it. I know some people put the crystals at the bottom of the hole when planting clematis.|
May 18, 2012 5:33 PM CST
|The owner of Watersorb was also telling me about a vineyard owner who began using the crystals with each transplant and increased his success rate many fold!
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