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  1. 2019-07-23 I discovered 100-fold gardens while researching ways to irrigate plants directly in the root zone. I wanted to know how to practically and affordably control some of the variables that influence plant growth, such as water availability and soil fertility. I read about “wicking beds,” which are...
  2. 1996-10-19 The Shallow Bed Garden The Shallow Pool Garden Wick Gardens Tire Gardens
  3. 2020-04-14 This article is an update about 100-fold gardens being built in Honduras. Dan Sikkink gives perspective and photos of contextualizing the technique to fit the local context.
  4. Farming with raised planting beds is a great way to keep your crop safe and increase your yields. This agricultural technique reduces soil compaction and improves the quality of the soil. It protects your plants during times of excess rainfall. This animation describes how to implement this...
  5. As a part of the "Agriculture Strategies" series, this talk provides an overview and technical information related to wicking beds, a technique often used in urban agriculture.
  6. This volume is about using your raised bed garden. In the pages to follow, you will discover novel ways to plant, irrigate, feed, and protect your garden. All of the techniques and procedures described have been evaluated and are effective.
  7. The Centre for Water Resources Development Management (CWRDM) here has developed wick irrigation technique, a hydroponic system, to facilitate farming of potted vegetables and ornamental plants in the homesteads and on the terrace. Dr Kamalam Joseph, a senior scientist at CWRDM who led the team...
  8. Wicking beds are a unique and increasingly popular way to grow vegetables. They are self-contained raised beds with built-in reservoirs that supply water from the bottom up – changing how, and how much, you water your beds. In this article, we’ll talk about how wicking beds work and why we love...
  9. 2015-12-29 Frame your garden's beauty and bounty with raised bed that are manageably sized, easy to expand, and full of loose, rich soil for your flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Whether you make your beds with boards, logs, cinderblocks, or just piled-up soil, expert gardener Fern Marshall Bradley will lead...
  10. Abstract, Horticulturae, 2016 A wicking bed (WB) is a plant driven system where plants receive water through capillary rise from a self-contained coarse material-filled subsoil reservoir. WBs have been widely promoted as a water-efficient irrigation solution for small-scale and urban food...
  11. AccessAgriculture Training Video Raised beds must be 20 to 30 centimetres high, 80 to 100 centimeters wide and the furrows 30 to 40 centimeters wide. The beds can be 50 to 100 meters long depending on the slope of the field. Because the beds are wide, water is channelled faster through the land,...