The green plant is a plant that is eco-friendly without soil. The pot seen is also eco-friendly because it is made of biodegradable material, newspaper, or long lasting, terra cotta.

Step 1: Supplies

Here are the supplies that you need:
-Rice Husk/Hulls (http://www.homebrewit.com/aisle/p/1898 (On this website they sell the husks for $1.00 a pound))
-Fertilizer/ Manure (I used chicken manure that I had for gardening)
-Assorted seeds (I used Basil)
-Newspaper (For the pot)
-Duct Tape
Silly question: wouldn't a biodegradable pot eventually disintegrrate? I know, that's the point of "biodegradable", but surely one wouldn't want it to "degrade" with the plant still in it?!
I am new to this ... I know it's probable a dumb question<br /> <br /> how much of the &quot;Rice Husk/Hulls&quot; do you need??&nbsp;in the first couple of pictures it doesn't look like you used much but in the last picture the pot is full.<br /> <br />
why not use masking tape, instead of duct?&nbsp; duct will not biodegrade for a long, long time, as it is made with plastic.<br />
not yet,why not just use rice, what type plant i can do with this method.
Did anyone do the project yet?

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