planting box

planting box

A box, usually wooden, designed to hold growing plants and to fit inside a permanent receptacle.
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Furthermore, National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has recommended padding of any unyielding surfaces or hard surfaces around the landing pit or between landing system and planting box. These mandates by national authorities, signifying safety, are also expected to enhance the experience of athletes, in turn supporting the growth of the pole vault equipment demand and sales, consequently pushing the expansion of pole vault equipment market during the period of forecast.
A raised bed can also allow a front approach with access beneath the planting box. An elevated box is designed around the vertical clear space needed for your individual wheelchair.
We once again searched our surplus logs, cut them into fireplace-length, and made a rustic-style planting box for gardening.
"We began by growing some potatoes, tomatoes, cabbage and green beans in a huge planting box in the outdoor learning area with the cafeteria using the produce to make a soup.
Several Euonymus (Kewensis, Emerald and Gold) will form the strength to the planting box and will need some occasional clipping to keep the shape and height in order.
Situation Three: A vaulter is whipped upside down into the planting box during the takeoff and strikes his head in or around the planting box.
We assessed the effects of blocks and treatments on the numbers of pedigreed individuals surviving in each planting box, using discrete multivariate analysis implemented in the BMDP 4F program (Dixon 1983).
Earthworks / backfilling 200 m?; Paving on natural ground 365 m?; water-bound ceiling 175 m?; Surface drainage in underground ceiling 350 m?; Paving on TG-ceiling 275 m?; Edging Steel 20 running meters; Planting box mounts steel 110 linear meters.
And three months later, the two-metre square planting box is bursting with broad beans, sprouts, courgettes, onions, peas and cauliflowers.
If you want permanently planted containers then if you have plenty of patience you could try planting box and shaping it into a ball, a standard ball, a cone, peacock, millennium dome or whatever.
There should be a smooth transition from the runway to the planting box (no lip) to enable vaulters to slide the pole easily into the box without catching.
the compact terrain of the planting box arrayed in prison stripes cast by its railing.