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Not jiffy cubes but actual pots made of cocco coir.

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Hey guys i use these for my seedlings and i was just wondering if anyone else uses them.

I think they are great as they can be used indoor or out.

They come in a couple of sizes and i like how when they are drying out it is easy to see as they change color .

I have my White lemon in them atm which i am doing as an outdoor grow. (see test section).

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Keep us updated on how they go.

You getting a tap root first or putting the seeds straight in?

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I split the seeds first then just popped them into there with some coir.

They stayed there for 3 weeks or so and then i just planted the whole pot into a bigger pot. They come in a few different sizes too.

This is a pic of them plantted into a bigger pot and they are loving it.PIC_0009_1.JPGPIC_0010_1.JPG

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shades_smile.gifYes these are great Aussie my wife uses them for vegies .That's the great thing about them apart from the color change when dry, you can just plant the coco pot and all straight into garden beds and the pots just brake down over time. And I'm not 100% shore but think they have a slow release fert in it as well. Great seedling pots if your a soil Manshades_smile.gif

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looks great aussie,

good luck with them

all the best, mate

john

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