Barreau & Charbonnet came up with a framework that has three pivoted container holders positioned within. Into these are placed plastic window boxes, each containing a layer of clay balls and another of loam, and then topped by mesh that the plants will grow through for harvesting. Barreau & Charbonnet told that “gravity and the weight of containers keep the crops horizontal.
Steel stays are secured in the window frame and strings and pulleys are used to raise and lower the structure like a drawbridge.
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