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Red neck topsy turvey gardening.

 
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FB knows his tullips hf
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I am gonna try this tomorrow I have 20 tomatoes started in the spare room. Just waiting for the frost threat to go away. Gonna try at least 3 of these this way and see which ones grow better. Garden or the redneck lady way!!


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OOOPS!

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When I was at Disney World a few years ago, I saw some stuff likehis in Epcot Center. They have a huge experimental garden you take a tram through. They had all these plants that grew upside-down there. They were for saving space, or something, and if I remember properly, those didn't even grow in soil! Then a few years later, Topsy-Turvy plants are available to the public.
Gotta love Disney Imagineering!
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It was hydroponics, grown in water with a medium other than soil (pebbles or spongy material that you can get from a store that carries nursery supplies).Same idea as the Aero Garden. hf
There are alot of systems that are really easy to make.
Some Agricultural Colleges have designs and directions accesible online. Rutgers in NJ has a website that has that. hf
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Thanks OP, really cool.

Also, I found this to be kind of hot.........just me?
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I think she has really nice hands. Something so pretty about her hands and long fingers.
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FB knows his tullips hf
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Yes I do. I know just how deep to plant....
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I am gonna try this tomorrow I have 20 tomatoes started in the spare room. Just waiting for the frost threat to go away. Gonna try at least 3 of these this way and see which ones grow better. Garden or the redneck lady way!!


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That is if you were meanin me. LOL
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Awesome find. Mucho Bueno.
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I am gonna try this tomorrow I have 20 tomatoes started in the spare room. Just waiting for the frost threat to go away. Gonna try at least 3 of these this way and see which ones grow better. Garden or the redneck lady way!!


Psssst <guy>


OOOPS!

another do


That is if you were meanin me. LOL
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thanks for the insight with the upside down growing. Gonna try both my pepper and tomato plants with this.
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I am gonna try this tomorrow I have 20 tomatoes started in the spare room. Just waiting for the frost threat to go away. Gonna try at least 3 of these this way and see which ones grow better. Garden or the redneck lady way!!


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OOOPS!

another do


That is if you were meanin me. LOL


thanks for the insight with the upside down growing. Gonna try both my pepper and tomato plants with this.
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Might want to use milk jugs for the tomato plants AC. Bit more growing medium with them.
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how come there ain't no more womerns around that can do this stuff?? Helll yeh! plant my garden bitch!
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What a crappy, sad thing to be doing. They'll probably find her with a rope around her neck, swinging in the breeze next to her pepsi bottles one day.
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how come there ain't no more womerns around that can do this stuff?? Helll yeh! plant my garden bitch!
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The only reason I can think of EC is that I don't have any around...Even if I did and I took your position, I don't think they'd hang around long...Just sayin....
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What a crappy, sad thing to be doing. They'll probably find her with a rope around her neck, swinging in the breeze next to her pepsi bottles one day.
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Might be interesting if she is wearing her head-mounted webcam.
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These little but great ideas, are the means, for mild independence, little by little. I have alot of garden projects now, this is great way to protect them from critters. Thank You!
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How about this for another use for two liter bottles

If you put hot water (as hot as your tap will run) in a 2 liter bottle and cap it tight, it will hold heat all night. If the water is really hot wrap it because it does conduct heat really well. The shape is good to curl up with or to tuck into the covers at your feet, and it doesn't leak.

And if you have young uns, Heat the water on whatever source you have, use a cardboard or tinfoil funnel to fill them. Hold the bottle on the inside of your wrist and count 10 to check the heat. Make a rectangle of 4 if you have them. Put a heavy blanket over them and tuck or pin it so baby can't touch the plastic if he/she moves around. It makes a warm little nest. It's worth knowing if there's a tiny baby around and the power goes off. Not a lot of people have hot water bottles anymore since they think the heat will always be on, but you can almost always find 2 liter bottles.

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I have a great idea! Instead of burying dead people, lay them out in shady, damp places and grow mushroom on them! Fresh, nutritious mushrooms. No need to hunt for morels, pick them off of grandma. Maybe hang bodies by their ankles for topsy turvy mushroom cadavers.
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These little but great ideas, are the means, for mild independence, little by little. I have alot of garden projects now, this is great way to protect them from critters. Thank You!
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Another use from the site I posted earlier...

I'd seen on a gardening video, folks using these terrecotta pots from India filled with water and sunk into the ground to slowly water the dirt, so I took some 2 ltr bottles, poked small holes in them. A couple in the very bottom and then several rows of them around the sides, and sunk them into the dirt and then planted like 3 cabbage, or collard plants around them.
I'm thinking I'll get a funnel with a long spout or something like that to make watering easier once the plants get up big and sort of cover over the bottles.
I can use liquid fertilizer in them like fish emulsion or whatever too.
I wanted to try them with radishes too so what I did with those was put a couple holes in the bottom and then some just partway up the sides and buried them down about as far as radishes usually grow, now they'll have a steadier supply of water and hopefully be bigger and sweeter if they don't get stressed for water.
with those, I put the bottle in the ground and then sewed the radish seed in a band around each bottle.
I'm going to do something similar with the onions I think too.

wonder if a person could use 20 oz. bottles in large pots?
beats letting them end up in the landfill or ocean. LOL
anyway, anyone here got good ideas for a second life for these bottles?
oh, and since they are covered in dirt or mulch except for the top, they don't fall apart like they would if they were in the hot sun.
I used this last year with some tomato plants and those bottles are still good and I am reusing them this year as well.
Also, later, I'm going to be making some of those earth box type containers out of some food grade 5 gal. buckets too.
I've got a plan! LOL
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Careful how many holes you make in the bottle though.
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cool


why oh why would you trust thin plastics to grow foods! same as the stupid tire thing for potatoes. there are soooooo many frickin chemicals in both and left out to UV to leach into your food. WHY! don't be soooo dumb!
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cool

thanks OP

I've been thinking about trying this with some tomato plants this year..

why oh why would you trust thin plastics to grow foods! same as the stupid tire thing for potatoes. there are soooooo many frickin chemicals in both and left out to UV to leach into your food. WHY! don't be soooo dumb!


Actually, I've read where the tire thing is pretty safe...I do avoid used Railroad ties and treated landscape timbers though...
 Quoting: F.B.Nyte

you READ wrong! there are sooooo many chemicals in tires because real rubber is super expensive that they don,t even know there real composition. a toxic soup to say the least! and you are going to eat something that was growing in it for 12 weeks! the pop bottles are going to leach chemicals because UV breakdown. Monsanto has pretty healthy GM foods for you compared to this crap. their GM corn might be as bad as these ideas.
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bump for the day crew to read. kinda important.
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Re: Red neck topsy turvey gardening.
5 gal. buckets or large kitty litter pails work well too.

just use a 2-3" hole saw on your drill on the bottom 2-3 holes on a round 5 gal. or 1 hole (4) in each corner of the sq. litter pails. Herbs grow well on the top too
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5 gal. buckets or large kitty litter pails work well too.

just use a 2-3" hole saw on your drill on the bottom 2-3 holes on a round 5 gal. or 1 hole (4) in each corner of the sq. litter pails. Herbs grow well on the top too
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the point is DON'T trust plastics! or the toxic soup called tires!
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Check out this raised bed garden. Awesome....

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Check out this raised bed garden. Awesome....

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Check out this raised bed garden. Awesome....

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Thanks OP, really cool.

Also, I found this to be kind of hot.........just me?

I think she has really nice hands. Something so pretty about her hands and long fingers.
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Thanks OP, really cool.

Also, I found this to be kind of hot.........just me?

I think she has really nice hands. Something so pretty about her hands and long fingers.

Glad I am not alone.......
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lol you guys are weird. i tried to make one of these last
year with no instructions, just...a redneck vision...but
this one looks much better than mine, so i will try again
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taped her webcam to her forehead to film it!

she's resourceful, for sure!

I wonder if she used duct tape hf
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taped her webcam to her forehead to film it!

she's resourceful, for sure!

I wonder if she used duct tape hf

That would be a manly thing to do. rumble
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