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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    Takes some practice to get used to not overwatering and overfeeding. The not overfeeding I am getting good at. I still overwater but the cloth pots make it a non issue. You have any sewing skills? You could buy a 10 gallon cloth and modify it to fit your box instead of plastic.
    Thats is a cracking Idea !! I cant sow but Im sure I can do that to be honest. Thats deffo happening before next run mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Thats is a cracking Idea !! I cant sow but Im sure I can do that to be honest. Thats deffo happening before next run mate
    It can be done with scissors and a stapler. Dont even need to sew. I prefer the grey over the black because the velcro sticks better. Since you dont velcro the black is fine and a few dollars cheaper... just make sure you get the cloth and not the "cloth paper" it's a flimsy grey material that is worthless.

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    Would a bag for life from Tesco work? Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    It can be done with scissors and a stapler. Dont even need to sew. I prefer the grey over the black because the velcro sticks better. Since you dont velcro the black is fine and a few dollars cheaper... just make sure you get the cloth and not the "cloth paper" it's a flimsy grey material that is worthless.
    Ok cool thanks mate

    I will look into it nearer the time and probably PM you for further advice then if that's ok mate ?

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    Throw some soil and water in one and check back in a week. See if it rots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Ok cool thanks mate

    I will look into it nearer the time and probably PM you for further advice then if that's ok mate ?
    Of course. Always happy to lend a hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    Of course. Always happy to lend a hand.
    Nice one City

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    bump. how did this turn out anyhow
    the grass is always greener on the otherside

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    Quote Originally Posted by lipnobody View Post
    bump. how did this turn out anyhow
    We stopped comparing when Gaz's plant got sick. I did very well with 4oz dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    We stopped comparing when Gaz's plant got sick. I did very well with 4oz dry.
    ah figured that CD wasnt the best start for a few growers back then! failed germ, hermis, stunted plants, had me on edge then

    shame tho would have been a great comparison.

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