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System forming a self-irrigating raised bed

, : System forming a self-irrigating raised bed. United States Patent (US 4,869,018): 8 pp.

Apparatus is provided for forming an above ground bed in which plant life may be grown and for irrigating the bed. The apparatus comprises a plurality of modular members arranged to be readily connected to one another to form a walled enclosure disposed on the ground. The enclosure is arranged to be filled with a plant growing medium, e.g., soil, to form the bed.

Accession: 001962760

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