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Crabbergirl

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#1
I thought this was so simple, recycled and smart. This is from the Univ. of Florida Ag center. I am actually going to try to build one this coming weekend. I don't drink anything from plastic bottles so my biggest challange is going to be getting materials without looking like a homeless bag lady digging through the neighbors recycling bins. :rolleyes: Any way, would love to know your thoughts.

http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/hs1186
 

Crabbergirl

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#3
Good point Ron. Gotta hide it in the back yard. LOL!
You could up grade it by choosing materials less obtrusive or by painting the containers.
After looking at some of the system prices I thought this might be a way for people to get their feet wet before spending all that money. I have seen the "paid for" system they refer to in the article, and it's not much prettier. :rolleyes: there is actually a pick your own organic strawberry place in St. Augustine and it's ugly but the berries are to die for.;)
 


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