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Transplanting translates into lower cost and higer yields.

I hear a lot of indoor and container gardeners speaking about how transplanting is bad, and how we should want to minimize the damages and stresses to a root zone that transplanting poses in order to keep our plants from being sad.None of us want sad plants.Mangling and abusing the root zone it is not [...]

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The overlooked practice of canopy management and the art not having a leaky barrel.

As practitioners in the fields of horticulture and urban agriculture (fields we give important names to because they follow a proven process and mean something to us) -  we growers and gardeners spend an inordinate amount of time fretting about the details. All of us agree on the important things: The quality of our substrate, the [...]

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Found an article from March 2014

An Idea in ABS Is Still an Idea but Every One Else Sees It Too

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Here is a little promotional piece with the folks at Afinia.

http://www.afinia.com/3d-printers-and-printing/an-expert-in-growing-plants-and-business-with-help-from-3d-printing

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an article from the Loveland Daily Reporter Herald about C-Bites

http://www.reporterherald.com/business-top-stories/ci_27416147/loveland-made-c-bites-garden-clamps-picked-up

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Building a Living Fence

The French call it an espalier. We like the more descriptive "living wall". Adding one to your garden not only adds an element of beauty and functionality but lends a certain level of structure to areas that are bland or need more privacy. A living wall is basically a structure embellished with either fruit trees [...]

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Canopy Control for Bigger Yields: Learning how to get a grip on your plants.

So, after a bunch of years of growing heavy fruiting and flowering annual plants, I have learned that among the many elements you need to control (temp, humidity, pH, etc.) one of the overlooked incremental pieces to maximizing your yield is controlling the plant's canopy.  Every gardener knows that pruning a plant can promote the [...]

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Learning how to get a grip with the C-Bite

You are here because you have heard of or are interested in the C-Bites, or you are perhaps one of the first to have tried them (Cheers!!). It is something curious and new and here at Thriving Systems Design we have had some time to learn about the best practices of the tool as it [...]

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Save Garden Space With Our Trellis Clips By C-Bite

The act of trellising fruits and vegetables is a technique that's been long-practiced all over the world. Not only does it keep the plants off the ground but it also improves production while increasing usable space. Here at C-Bite, we help you empower your stakes through out revolutionary trellis clips garden stake anchoring system.How is it [...]

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C-Bite: Trellis Clips That Finally Work!

The difference between indeterminate and determinate tomatoes can be huge! When you need to support your vining tomatoes to help them grow and prevent damage, turn to C-Bites to get the job done effectively and without worry. Of course, the C-Bites trellis clips are great for building supports for other heavy fruiting and flowering plants [...]

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