Wednesday, November 1, 2017

How to Assemble The Waterboxx From Dew Harvest

The Groasis Waterboxx is an incredible invention.  It allows the growing of many garden plants, like peppers and tomatoes, with potentially no water added after planting.


Two Parks Improved Whopper Hybrid Tomatoes - which together produced over 100 fruit without any watering after planting, with the Waterboxx.   
Plants can grow astoundingly tall with the Waterboxx.

Two cayenne (chili) peppers in a Waterboxx - which produced 361 full sized peppers without any water after planting thanks to the Waterboxx.  
The Waterboxx ships with its different components stacked within each other, taking up far less space.  This does mean that some assembly is required.  So, how is the Waterboxx assembled?


For most garden plants, we recommend an extra wick be inserted.  For this, a 3/16 inch drill bit is required, as shown in the video below:



The Waterboxx can be cleaned after each use and reused for up to 10 years.  You can learn how to grow almost every garden plant with the Waterboxx - including tomatoes, peppers, squash, melons, eggplants, flowers, and greens like lettuce, kale, arugula and spinach with our book - The Waterboxx Gardener: How to Mimic Nature, Stop Watering, and Start Enjoying Your Garden available on Amazon.com here.

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