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HAND HOE IMPRINTING: Shedding and Absorbing

HAND HOE IMPRINTING HAND HOE IMPRINTING: Shedding and Absorbing Using the heavy duty Seymour Garden Hoe, either water shedding (runoff) or water absorbing (infiltration) can be increased by a factor of ten or more. In arid or semiarid regions both … Continue reading

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USING HAND IMPRINTERS

original publication 04 May 26, 2007 Dr. Robert M. Dixon This essay explains the procedure for using hand imprinters to restore vegetation or create new vegetation on degraded land–degraded by such processes as land desertification. Large rolling land imprinters were … Continue reading

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SEYMOUR HOE IMPRINTER by Dr. Robert M. Dixon

Consistent with the pronunciation of the manufacturer’s name, you will see more or you will see less of each item listed, both for the good of the living earth, by using the Seymour Hoe Imprinter. The word “see” is just … Continue reading

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HAND HOE IMPRINTING: Shedding and Absorbing

Dr. Robert M.Dixon Using the heavy duty Seymour Garden Hoe, either water shedding (runoff) or water The water shedding area is prepared as follows: 1)    Uproot all vegetation with the hoe. 2)    Scatter the uprooted plants over the water absorbing … Continue reading

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