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seems like a solution looking for a problem and I been gardening since age 10!
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Seems very specific to one task. I usually have a hard time justifying purchases like these.
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Wow. Wondered what this could be, so I watched the video. You fill this with soil and then push it out with a plunger to make a seed mound. Something you can do a lot faster with an empty nursery pot. I like some Fiskars products, but this is completely unnecessary.
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Just use a plastic cup or empty pot and do the same thing for free.
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Interesting
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just get a metal block maker, should last forever
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Ahh, another worthless item to use resources to manufacture and ship, to then be purchased, used once (maybe), and eventually dumped in a landfill.
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If the soil dries out won't it all just crumble apart? This looks like one of those tools that's more work to use than it's good for
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Plastic cup cost money. Empty pots cost money. Please prove me wrong by providing links to free plastic cup or empty pot.
The point is that Most already have those things lying around and probably even threw some away because they don't have a need for it anymore.
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Quote from InstanceNoodle :
Plastic cup cost money. Empty pots cost money. Please prove me wrong by providing links to free plastic cup or empty pot.
Paper towel/toilet paper core, empty milk can, water bottle etc. Check youtube on how to use them.
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Quote from InstanceNoodle :
Plastic cup cost money. Empty pots cost money. Please prove me wrong by providing links to free plastic cup or empty pot.
You often get them for free when you buy other soil-related items. Thus, you have them around.
Hope this helps.
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If this were actually what it looked like it is I might be interested.
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