Difference between revisions of "Synergistic"

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1. The favorable action of one chemical upon another causing an accelerated action or a result that neither one alone could produce.<br><br>
 
1. The favorable action of one chemical upon another causing an accelerated action or a result that neither one alone could produce.<br><br>
 
http://www.permalot.org/content/gallery/the_natural_house/Designing%20synergistic%20gardenbeds.JPG<br><br>
 
http://www.permalot.org/content/gallery/the_natural_house/Designing%20synergistic%20gardenbeds.JPG<br><br>
Not chemical but 3 garden that work together that only one garden could no do as weel with out the others.<br>
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3 garden that work together using Synergy, only one garden could no do as weel with out the others.<br>
 
Source:http://www.permalot.org<br><br>
 
Source:http://www.permalot.org<br><br>

Revision as of 19:38, 9 April 2006

1. The favorable action of one chemical upon another causing an accelerated action or a result that neither one alone could produce.

Designing%20synergistic%20gardenbeds.JPG

3 garden that work together using Synergy, only one garden could no do as weel with out the others.
Source:http://www.permalot.org