crystal water grow crystals

- oo -oo at spambusters.com
Wed Jun 14 09:06:50 EST 2000


That's what I said: Doesn't work for very long.  The "if at all"
addendum reflects my experience with some polymers.

--ooOn Wed, 14 Jun 2000 08:44:38 -0400, "Chuck.R"
<chuck at spectrumanalytic.com> wrote:

>In the deserts in Israel they used the polymers with young transplants to
>supply their water needs for the first 30 to 45 days.  If I remember
>correctly, the polymer was in half gallon containers which they split when
>it was placed into the soil.  The claimed advantage was that the contained
>water did not get adsorbed by the soil and become unavailable nor did it
>evaporate.  Maybe it must be used correctly and in a proper environment.  An
>open mind means information can travel in both directions.
>
>Chuck
>






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