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October 04, 2010

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meemsnyc

Wow, those plants look awesome.

Hambob

you've been quiet lately

RussC

Thanks Bob! One point of clarification is that - yes, those are my old Earth Boxes but they were given to a good friend of mine while I was in Paris this past summer. He and his family ate well on their tomato, pepper and cucumber "crops." It's also important to note that they had never successfully grown these items in containers before. For your readers, I dropped off these boxes in May of 2010, with the proper organic potting mix, fertilizer, and nursery bought heirloom vegetables (the cucs were leftover seeds from last year's garden). The total investment was about $75 and it took about 1 1/2 hours to set up. All they had to do was water and attend to the fast growing plants/vines. Thanks again and keep up the good word...

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