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I'm going to buy 200 feet of Peas-trough!

Posted by denninmi 6A SE Michigan (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 29, 12 at 14:09

I've wanted to do this for a number of years -- I think it will make pea cultivation SO much easier for me -- I have problems with good germination outdoors due to weather and animals, and when I start them in the greenhouse, there is a narrow window of opportunity between too small to transplant and too big to transplant without them being a tangled mess.

I think this would be a great way to go. Clever whoever thought of it in the first place.


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Here's a link.

I for the life of me don't know why gardenweb doesn't have the pop-up at the bottom of the form to post a link when starting a thread. Who knows?

Anyway, here's a link with a picture or two. Clever folks.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pea transplants growing in sections of eaves trough


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RE: I'm going to buy 200 feet of Peas-trough!

At about $5 per 10 foot section of vinyl gutter, that's a great idea!


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RE: I'm going to buy 200 feet of Peas-trough!

Yup, $5.23 for 10 foot section of vinyl gutter at both Lowe's and Home Depot on my daily route home from work. I figure it's a good investment, because if I wash it out after use and store it in my garage away from light, it should last for many years.


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