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Posted: Jun/05/2008 7:58 AM PST
I just wanted to share some information about veggies in containers. I tried a little experiment and planted several pepper plants and tomatoes. I used Coast of Maine gardening soil mixed with additional city compost in several of the containers and those plants have grown 4 inches in a week. The plants I planted in a mix of miracle grow potting soil with a little bit of city compost have only grown about 1/2 of an inch.
The Coast of maine blend I used:
Cobscook Blend is made with a blend of fully matured salmon and blueberry compost (both locally recycled byproducts), mixed with aged bark, long staple sphagnum peat moss and horticultural limestone.
Just wanted to share how utterly impressed I am with this stuff.
Posted: Jun/05/2008 8:09 AM PST
shoulda done next to the CHEAPEST potting soil you could find too an id wright them maricle grow people "uhh yea youre product is garonteed ta make plants 2x the size right?? it failed i want my muney back"
--i have maricle grow fertalisers but i rarely use then
Location: New Jersey
Posted: Jun/06/2008 7:27 AM PST
WOW!! LOOKS LIKE YOU'RE OFF TO A GOOD START FOR THE SUMMER!!