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    No I didn't say frog nets I said fog nets,, a guy thought of a way to harvest water from fog by hanging netting vertically on frames ,, thus catching and converting fog and condensing it into water droplets which drip down into pipes just underneath the framework.. don't have the link for it but it showed up on facebook and its probably on you tube.. ..it works,,for those areas mountainside and high elevation this would be a boon.

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    That is genius!
    "Improvise, adapt & overcome"
    Clint Eastwood - Heartbreak Ridge

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    Better yet, skywater. Needs energy to run, but the humidity level can be much, much lower.

    Joe - NY

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    actually it just sits there on the frame and condensation does the rest.. there's a pic of a pvc pipe that the bottom of the net sits in and it is mounted at an angle to a downhill catchall for a garden with a spigot.. yes its genius.. let mother nature do the work. The net is basically the shade netting sold for greenhouses. It comes in White and black..Wayfair has some in white

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