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Greenhouse Deal?

DIY Pete

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With a quick search I couldn't find anyone selling it for anything under 100 dollars so this looks like a pretty good deal.

Pete
 

Brown Thumb

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I got two of those from big lots they are junk, But the tray stands are worth the money, I put the stands in my better Greenhouses and secured them to them to poles with wire ties. You can see them in my grow log.
 

Brown Thumb

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They should call them greenhouse kites. Mine flew away also.
They should supply some string and a tail with them at least you could have some fun with it.
 

Mad Oshea

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It is a vey good deal for the small ones to use as starters in side. Greg and I did it this last grow start. And they worked great. Now when We took them out side -Well Kites is the word. I think Greg had His staked down, Then gone. Mine blew over a nice set of trays to lost world. Get some pvc, and bisquin to make one cheap. Harbor freight has a nice one?
 

Smokin Harley

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Get the one from tractor supply much better quality mine from big lots blew away
I bought a tumbling composter from big lots 2 summers ago. im not sure what it was intended for . I threw all kinds of leaves and grass clippings , etc in it . the crank handle still turns the drum but they didnt design enough strength into the hinges or door catch. every time I spun it to tumble the compost the door would fly open at the bottom and all my brown gold would spill out . I ended up installing a set of steel butt hinges and a bungee cord to hold the door shut .
 
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