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In my research on raised garden beds, I learned about these - wicking beds. Works like those self-watering plant pots, but bigger. I think I'll do it!
If you're a Natural Beekeeper, then beeswax is part of your harvest - when you crush your natural comb to extract the honey, there's beeswax to s