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hello ppl,

i m designing a small vineyard at my family house! all the parameters are fine, though i have problem with creeping humidity from the forest on the bottom of the hill where the vineyard will be situated!
vine and humidity are not the best friends, especially in the non-desert regions as you probably know...
well, my idea is to plant some kind of humidity catching living wall as a barrier between my vineyard and a forest!
any previous experience or idea in humidity catching?

 
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LOOK UP "mist nets", and see the post in building materials on pebble walls, they say they are humidity magnets because of the heat trap and surface area.
 
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