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Container options thru recycling
Subrata Mitra
April 7, 2012 - 7:28 pm
Member Since: April 6, 2012
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Hi all,
Some of the options which are working out fine for me are

Tropicana one litre packs. Cut from the top. Remove the section. Punch holes using a small star screw driver at the bottom and the sides. The box works fine. It is lined with good insulation inside. I guess good for growing lettuce n spinach. Yet to try with Real juice ones. I guess they being square ones will take less space.

Mother dairy curd cups the 400 gm ones. Sturdy. You can use them as seeding trays. Works fine. Once ur plant is ready for transplanting. Cut the cap n voila ur plant is ready for next level of journey.

Plastic sweet containers from bikaner etc when u pack juicy sweets. The big cans. They r good to grow small plants.

Use mother dairy ice cream box covers as plates to keep ur pots on. Not much of aesthetic appeal but works fine n we r going green.

Happy gardening.

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