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Old 12-06-2019, 09:19 AM
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One of my customers sewed it into a series of horizontal "pockets", then planted terrestrial plants in them to make living walls for air purification. Trickle water from the top and the whole fabric stayed moist.
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that is a very cool idea

i was envisioning a sort of wall with a false back, maybe like a palate with a cut away from the cloth folded back into a reservoir in the false back section...have a fold back every 10 inches and i could let the fabric wick the water up from res to res all the way up....a simple tube feeding system could water all the reservoirs at once keeping them roughly the same fill level and have a basin at the bottom to collect the drips....


not really sure what id grow on it LOL
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