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Sugar snaps. ground vs self watering pot.

Postby Jersm » Aug 23, 2012 1:05 pm

well ive been experimenting in all kinds of ways and one of them was comparing ground grown vs a wicking aka self watering pot i made myself. my conclusion was that the perfect conditions in self watering pots allow the plants to flurish and they have grown multiple stocks and grown past the max height marked on the seed packs.
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sugar snaps planted in the ground.

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Sugar snaps in ground today.

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Planted 3 bean seeds in my self watering pot. yes those are tomato cages.
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a shot today of the delicious pods almost ready to be picked. they really are good no problems with fibers. i eat them whole just like bush beans.
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3 Sugar snaps seeds in self watering pot planted same time as ground beans. this picture is also taken today.
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Re: Sugar snaps. ground vs self watering pot.

Postby hotsummerone » Aug 23, 2012 10:06 pm

The effect of natural growth is certainly better than the potted good nutrition can be fully absorbed.
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