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    [align=left]I recently found on the net some fabric type container for above ground gardening. Does anyone have any experience with these....? I wanted to use them for my tomatoes and green peppers for next year? Any help would be appreciated. [/align]
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    Hi Cdjackson,

    Never heard of a fabric container for plants.* Maybe you mean peat pots or those compressed paper types?* Got a link to what you found?

    Newt

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    [align=left]no they are fabric as far as I can tell. Here is the link[/align]
    [align=left]www.smartpots.net[/align]
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    [align=left]The website states that they work well for what I am wanting to do*(imagine that....lol) I was just curious to talk to someone who has actually used something like these.[/align]

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    There are several different types.* I know many nursery growers of trees use them and seem to like them.

    Newt

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    [align=left]thank you, I think I am going to order them and try them out....I'll let you know next year*[/align]

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    You are very welcome!* I'd love to know how they do for you and what you grow in them.

    Newt

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    [align=left]Hi...[/align]
    [align=left]I saw the tail-end of a commercial for something like this only you put water and a plant in it and turned it upside down. There's a new idea! Upside down tomato plants![/align]
    [align=left]Have you seen any of these?[/align]
    [align=left]Thanks![/align]
    [align=left]Jude[/align]

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    What I'm talking about is a little different, jude.

    I got them in, will be planting them up in a week or so, we'll see how this non green thumb gardener does.

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    Cdjackson, good luck with them.* I hope you post pictures as they grow for all to see.

    Newt

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