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Missouri Gravel bed system allows year round transplant ?

 
allen lumley
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Wayne Stephen : A second opinion on this procedure, Please! I have never heard of this Is this species specific or otherwise very difficult ?

Link here

http://www.syracuse.com/living/index.ssf/2014/11/a_fast_efficient_way_to_plant_decorative_trees_gardening_with_carol_t_bradford.html?ath=033caa15bd49d3f8bf2a6d7ce722bc15

Thank you for your time ! Big AL
 
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It is not plant specific, the plants are only 1.5 inch across so they are relatively small.
The concept reminds me of aeroponics system with there amazing root system and resource intensive, time/power sensitive watering system.
 
Cj Sloane
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Or an aquaponics system. Swales are tree growing systems and have no resource/power requirements when set up

Here, Ben Falk explains how he can grow black locust in a high water table area because they are planted on swales:
 
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