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Emsco Group Earth Resin Raised Garden Bed (24"x20"x10") EXPIRED

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Lowes.com has Emsco Group Earth Resin Raised Garden Bed (24"x20"x10") on sale for $19.98. Select free in-store pickup if stock permits, otherwise, free shipping w/ MyLowe's Account [Free to Join]. Thanks SlientEnzo

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This personal garden patio kit features a 24"x20" surface growing area w/ self contained watering system (holds up to 2 gallons w/ drainage holes). High density resin design w/ casters allowing for easy movement. Ideal for patio/deck gardening. Offer valid through March 20, 2019 or while supplies/promotion last - Discombobulated

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These do come on sale every year and my store runs out of them. Maybe it is too early for some as I live in the South. I had a lot of luck planting in them. I tried cherry tomatoes 2 plants per bed, another with 2 peppers and few herbs and zucchini 1plant, maybe you could do more. Make sure you follow directions.

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Bee using these a few years and they work very well. Definitely cuts down on the amount of watering you need to do. Do follow the directions to a T for success. The only problem I have had is they are somewhat of a magnet for fungus gnats that can make a mess of your plants quickly. A coating of Mosquito Bits over the top of the soil will save you much trouble

If you want to use cages in them just push the cage down and through the holes in the reservoir Then take some wire attach to the top of the cages and bend it into a hook shape at the bottom to catch the edge of the container. Surprisingly strong that way. Another tip, use binder clips to hold the plastic membrane versus the rubber band then give you that will break in a few days.
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Great price on these. I have a few and they work good.
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Thanks op. Wife was looking doe these. Ordered two with free shipping.
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They work awesome with cucumbers on a trellis against a wall. You can pick several a plant each day. We pore a little liquid fertilizer in the reservoir every few weeks after the first month or so.
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Just make sure you get better casters, won't last beyond a season or two.
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So it looks usual places for $10 off $50 isn't working, I just tired few sites and nothing seems to work. Is that the case with everyone else too?
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So it looks usual places for $10 off $50 isn't working, I just tired few sites and nothing seems to work. Is that the case with everyone else too?
Yes I had the same problem earlier this week
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So it looks usual places for $10 off $50 isn't working, I just tired few sites and nothing seems to work. Is that the case with everyone else too?
Yep, they changed it. Haven't figured out the new code
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weird question but can I grow corn in one of these?
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weird question but can I grow corn in one of these?
A 3 second google search says yes.
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weird question but can I grow corn in one of these?
Let me know if you success haha
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Look cool, really want to buy , but is it safe to grown food in a resin container?
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They work awesome with cucumbers on a trellis against a wall. You can pick several a plant each day. We pore a little liquid fertilizer in the reservoir every few weeks after the first month or so.
What seeds did you start with?
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Look cool, really want to buy , but is it safe to grown food in a resin container?
Per the description from the site: "The resin used in this product is a food safe high density polyethylene. It is chemically inactive, boa free and naphthalene free and is perfectly safe for growing edible garden vegetables."
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