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Market Growers: Anyone using biodegradable pots, coir or otherwise??

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davepays
Greenfield, MA
(Zone 5b)

January 9, 2011
5:19 AM

Post #8300160

I'm considering the switch from plastic pots to a biodegradable type, and I'm particularly interested in the rice straw/coir blended ones. I would like to start by making the switch for my 4" pots that I sell tomato plants in (about 2000/year). Is anyone else using a biodegradable pot? If so, what type and what are your thoughts? Performance differences when compared to plastic? greater water needs? brands/types you like? to avoid? My current system works very well, my plants are the nicest around, I just hate using all that plastic but I'm nervous about making a major alteration to my system. Any thoughts??
Thanks,
David

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