How is it that authors of an extensive article (over 2,800 words) titled "The Climate-Friendly Garden" manage to omit any mention of sub-irrigated planters (SIPs) as a viable green option to dirt gardening.
The subject of SIP systems certainly deserves mention in any discussion of climate change and beneficial green practices that any citizen can implement. These highly efficient systems increase productivity in the range of 50% while conserving precious water and time.
What scientific method were they following? I would suggest that these concerned scientists are out of touch with best practices and realities of urban life.
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